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Rev. Thomas Fleming, S.J. 

Financial Vice President and Treasurer 



Rev. George L. Drury 

Vice President for Community Relations 




Rev. F. X. Shea, S.J. 
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Mr. Thomas J. Cudmore 

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Rev. Qiarles F. Donovan, S. J. 

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Rev. Brendan C. Connolly, S. J. 
Director of Libraries 




Rev. Edmond D. Walsh, S. J. 

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Rev. James J. Devlin, S. J. 
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Rev. Francis B. McManus 
Secretary of the University 



Rev. John F. Fizgerald, S. J. 

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Rev. Edward J. Hanrahan, S.J. 
Dean of Students 

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Rev. Robert F. Hoey, S.J. 

University Chaplain 




Mr. George Donaldson 

Director of Placement 



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Rev. John R. Willis, S.J. 

Dea)2, College of Arts and Sciences 





Dr. Donald T. Donley 
Dean, School of Education 




Mr. Henry J. McMahon 

Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences 



Dr. John A. Schmitt, Dr. Noel J. Reyburn 

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Rev. James A. Woods, S.J. 

Dea>i, Evening College of Arts and Sciences and Business Administration 




Mr. Albert J. Kelley 

Dean, College of Business Administration 




Mr. Christopher T. Flynn 

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To be an adequate teacher involves a mastery of 
one's field and a capacity to communicate one's 
insights. To be a true teacher, however, involves 
the capacity to show the student that what is being 
propounded in the classroom is relevant to his total 
development as a person. 

This quality is rare, but one Boston College 
professor who posses it is Fr. Fredrick J. Adelmann 
of the Society of Jesus. It is manifested in many 
ways, some evident in the classroom, others only 
when one knows his personality. As a philosophy 
professor, he is capable of expounding on a number 
of important topics which are of great concern to 
mankind. Two that stand out are the necessity of 
man to live a fully integrated human existence and 
the necessity that progress in intellectual spheres 
be accompanied by similar advances in the moral 
sphere. The key to Fr. Adelmann's own success 
has been his ability to integrate the three dimensions 



of his life — the intellectual, the spiritual and the 
social — into a meaningful whole. 

In intellectual realms Father is a recognized 
scholar. After graduating from Boston College in 
1937, he taught Mathematics and Physics during 
the war in the Army Specialized Training Program. 
Father Adelmann later studied four years of Theol- 
ogy at Weston, spent a year of study in Germany 
and finally four years at St. Louis University where 
he received his Doctorate in 1955. That same year 
he arrived at B.C. and immediately assumed the 
Chairmanship of the Philosophy Department, a post 
he held for ten years. Recently Professor Adelmann 
has been teaching the Department elective in Con- 
temporary Marxism and has become an active parti- 
cipant in dialogue between Catholics and . Marxists, 
having just published a book entitled Frojtz Dia- 
logue to Epilogue. Other publications include his 
latest article "Marx and Free Will" and "The 




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Theory of the Will in St. John Damascene," the 
first chapter of the University publication Boston 
College Studies in Philosophy, which he edits. 

Father's philosophy of teaching is best des- 
cribed in his own words: "When I prepare my classes, 
I start afresh and write out my lecture to meet the 
challenge of today's student. With due respect for the 
past, the best thing we can do today, it seems to me, is 
to open up very real possibilities for tomorrow." 

There is also a distinctive moral dimension to 
Father Adelmann's life. He has been devoted to 
his Jesuit priesthood since entering the Society in 
1937 and he maintains an active concern for the 
spiritual side of human life. His lectures point out 
the necessity of good deeds and the importance 
of controlling one's animal drives in order to retain 
his human character. Any classroom emphasis on 
man's intellectual development is balanced by a defi- 
nite concern for strengthening man's will. 

Finally there is the personal dimension to 
Father's life that is common knowledge to the resi- 
dent community. He ranks among the best known 
and most popular professors on campus and has 
become an important addition to the dormitory at- 
mosphere. His friends range from his teaching col- 



leagues to the football players who recognize his 
avid interest in their sport. 

For too many people a university is solely a 
place for intellectual pursuits. Certainly it is more 
than this. It is a community where scholarship must 
be accompanied by a Christian concern and a moral 
committment. One can easily see the significance 
of a person like Father Adelmann who synthesizes 
the dimensions embracing the intellectual, the moral 
and social spheres to form the complete man. 




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"Of high ideals and virtue is his speech, 
And gladly would he learn and gladly teach." 

— Geoffrey Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales 



This in essence is Dr. J. Richard Bath, Assistant 
Professor of Education. A true spirit of professional- 
ism and concern for his students are qualities which 
endear this man to those who know him. His office 
door is always open and this represents a readiness 
on the part of this fine educator to see students 
and faculty alike. An informal attitude pervades 
the room, and it is not unlikely for him to offer 
you his desk chair while he takes a straight chair 
in the corner. 

Dr. Bath's diversified background makes him 
a delightful conversationalist. He received his B.S. 
from Salem State College and his Masters from 
Boston University. He spent a year at the Dole- 
meister Institute of the University of Heidelberg. 
Finally, he came to Boston College for his doctoral 
studies, and has remained here teaching for four 
years. 





While continuing his education, he was not 
idle. Besides being a devoted family man, he is 
a professional — an educator. He has taught in Con- 
necticut, Florida, and on a Navaho Indian reserva- 
tion. Dr. Bath's M.Ed, was earned in the area of 
guidance and he was a guidance counselor of Mar- 
blehead High School for several years. Such a back- 
ground indicates Dr. Bath's wide range of abilities 
and expert knowledge of many areas of the educa- 
tion field. Not limited by a narrow experiential 
base, he is helpful with suggestions for elementary 
and secondary majors alike. Such a man is rare 
in this day of overspecialization. 

Having taught at Boston College for four years, 
J. Richard Bath has witnessed a change — a great 
change for the better — and he hopes Boston College 
will continue its transformation. Encouragement for 
students who wish to see revitalization of the Uni- 
versity is one of this man's most startling qualities. 
He is a professor who is not afraid to hear what 
students are thinking, or of "moving too fast," but 
neither is he one to advocate "change for change's 
sake." Innovations should move the Universtiy to 
an ultimate goal. Dr. Bath would like to see that 
goal take the form of a university college. 

A first step in the movement towards a union 
of all the schools of the University has already 
been taken by Dr. Bath in his role as Director 
of the Honors Program of the School of Education. 
The freshman Honors group is now taking part 
in the Modern Man program designed for the Arts 
and Sciences Honor students. Breaking down the 



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barriers that separate the schools of Boston College 
is a sine qua non for the continuing growth of the 
institution. 

More than anything, he is impressed with the 
metamorphosis of the students attending Boston 
College. When he first came here, the average stu- 
dent was "a simple, bucolic mother's boy." Today, 
he is sophisticated, serious-minded, questioning and 
vocal. The students are interested in curriculum re- 



form. "The student knows what he wants from 
B.C., and is not willing to accept merely what is 
given." Dr. Bath is delighted to see students seizing 
more power, especially when added responsibility 
accompanies it. The function of the faculty is that 
of guiding the students, not controlling them. Dr. 
Bath serves as a guide to those who request one; 
a teacher to those who require one; and a friend 
to those who want one. 



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Dr. Gerald Bilodeau is a mathematician 
scholar, and administrator; but most importantly he 
is a teacher. As head of the Mathematics Depart- 
ment Professor Bilodeau is a man of many responsi- 
bilities, yet his primary concern is still to give stu- 
dents an understanding and appreciation of mathe- 
matics. As an inside observer he notes that a great 
deal more emphasis is usually placed on the theoreti- 
cal and the abstract in today's approach to the teach- 
ing of mathematics. "This is good," he says, "but 
a mathematics course which is complemented by 
concrete examples arouses the interest of the student 
and makes mathematics more enjoyable and more 
comprehensible." 

Professor Bilodeau's approach in all of his 
courses and particularly his Applied Math course, 
reflect this philosophy. While his major emphasis 
is on the understanding of theory through proof, 
the abstract principles are always deeply rooted in 
a concrete, common sense approach. The number 
of students who find his courses both enjoyable 
and challenging attests to the success of this ap- 
proach. 



Behind Dr. Bilodeau's insights into the teach- 
ing of mathematics is a sound and varied back- 
ground. He received his undergraduate education 
at the University of Maine and his Doctorate from 
Harvard. After spending some time as a professional 
mathematician with Sylvania Electronics, he came 
to Boston College in I960 and by 1967 had become 
Department Chairman. Even today, however, amidst 
his many responsibilities he still manages to devote 
some of his time in research for the National Science 
Foundation. 

This dedication to mathematics and teaching 
is matched by an equal interest in both family and 
community. When he is not Dr. Bilodeau, Depart- 
ment Chairman, he is Gerry Bilodeau, father of 
five sons, who enjoys an occasional game of touch 
football with his boys. And when he is not teaching 
mathematics at B.C., he is lending his teaching tal- 
ents to his parish religious instruction program. 

As Chairman of the Mathematics Department 
during a period of rapid growth. Dr. Bilodeau in- 
herits his most challenging responsibility: finding 
that rare individual — the teacher-scholar — so that 



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Boston College may implement a Doctoral Program. 
The expansion of the Department to include a 
Ph.D. Program will enable the Department to attract 
a more diversified faculty and consequently offer 
both graduate students and undergraduates a wide 
range of high quality courses. 

Indicative of this look toward future excellence 
is the organization of a faculty committee to re- 
evaluate present course requirements and electives. 
"Hopefully," says Professor Bilodeau, "it will im- 
prove the Department, especially the undergraduate 
Program where it is so necessary to meet the needs 
of the students. Today's student is under a great 
deal of pressure to excel and to specialize. My feel- 
ings on this situation are mixed, but I do believe 
strongly in a liberal education." 

As interested as he is in the educational needs 
of today's student. Dr. Bilodeau never loses sight 
of their psychological needs. He treats his students 
with a respect and openness found only among close 
friends. His office door is always open to students 
and their problems and his mind is always open 
to their suggestions and criticism. Herein lies the 
secret to the success and popularity of Dr. Gerald 
Bilodeau. As a mathematician he is proficient and 
as a scholar he is respected. But it is his dedication 
to his students and his willingness to grow with 
them that has inspired all those who have come 
in contact" with him. 




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The good man is the builder, if he builds what 

is good. 

I will show you the things that are now being 

done. 

And some of the things that were long ago done 

Let me show you the work of the humble. Listen. 



Albert Folkard doesn't really fit on paper, and 
there is no justice and much evil in trying to force 
him there. The most that can be hoped for is 
circling around and around the core. Building roads 
which don't lead into Folkard, but which skirt near 
enough so that someone walking down might peer 



over the hedgerow and glimpse the man himself. 

Mr. Folkard directs the Honors Program in 
A.&S. Mr. Folkard teaches English Literature in 
the English Department. Really it is impossible to 
say what the Director of the Honors Program does. 
Mostly, he gives intellectual and spiritual and moral 
direction to about 350 bright minds (whose number 
this year includes thirteen young women from the 
School of Education.) The gift he brings to the 
Honor's Program is the gift of the man. Compas- 
sion. Understanding. hitelligence. Eliot's three 
words speak loudly: Datta. Dayddhvam. Datiiyala. 
Give, Sympathize, Control. Which is a teacher. Who 



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is a man giving magic lantern siiows of man to men. 

Before coming to the Honors people, "Honors 
AI" taught a lot of literature and most of that 
was Shakespeare. His knowledge of Shakespeare is 
not vast; simply it is exhaustive. Diversity is his, 
too, as a coach and motivator of a victorious College 
Bowl team. 

Before any of this, Mr. Albert Folkard was 
born in England. His family migrated early in his 
youth and settled in Boston. Boston College gradu- 
ated him in 1937 and gave him to Harvard for 
graduate work. Harvard awarded the M.A. in Eng- 
lish Literature. Work on Ph.D., also at Harvard, 
ceased in 1939 with the war. 




In peace there is nothing so becomes a man 
As modest stillness and humility 

But when the blast of war blows in our ears 
Then imitate the action of the tiger. 




Mr. Folkard was back in Britain, having vol- 
unteered to defend his mother country. He saw 
active duty in Europe throughout the war, landing 
on Normandy Beach on the sixth of June, 1944. 

He never completed his Doctorate, devoting 
his time to teaching (having married his childhood 
sweetheart in 1943) and raising a family. Today, 
he and Emma live with their daughters Ellen and 
Anna Maria and their dog and their lake in Welles- 
ley. 

This has been a way of putting Mr. Folkard. 
Not very satisfactory. The facts are cold stones 
without the warmth that comes from the hearth 
of the heart. 

A man of an angel's with and singular learning; I know 
not his fellow. For where is the man of that gentleness, 
loneliness and affability? And as time requireth a man 
of marvelous wirth and pastimes; and sometimes of us 
sad gravity: a man for all seasons. 

To make an end is to make a beginning 
The end is where ive start from . . . 



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"Consistenqf is the refuge of small minds" 
and so Dr. Joseph Gartner of the College of Busi- 
ness Administration attempts to teach minds to ex- 
pand. Dr. Gartner, Associate Professor of Market- 
ing, is a dedicated educator whose enthusiasm for 
teaching is evidenced by his encouragement for stud- 
ent participation and questioning in his classes. 

After his undergraduate studies at the Universi- 
ty of Connecticut and Masters studies at the Uni- 
versity of Iowa and teaching stints at Kansas State 
University and the University of Wisconsin, he re- 
turned to New England. Dr. Gartner came to Boston 
College in 1966 and brought with him a desire 
to help build a marketing program which would 
better prepare students for the business world. He 
is doing just that. 

Presently Professor Gartner is an integral part 
of the Department's revamping of the Marketing 
Program. Specifically his latest efforts have been 
directed towards a practical application of the teach- 
ing process in the form of a marketing simulation 
game. The project involves team decisions on a 
computerized marketing determination problem. 
This course, which will be offered at the senior 
level in the fall of 1969, is similar to those offered 
at a graduate level in most universities. 

The establishment of a marketing simulation 
course at Boston College is consistent with Dr. 
Gartner's philosophy that "in marketing answers 




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depend on situations." Through the transposition 
of factors and situations in this "game" the com- 
puterized solutions to corporate marketing problems 
vary, this providing learning opportunities to the 
student through analysis of variable situations. 
While the Professor says that the simulation game 
present a far from realistic situation, it is a 
tremendous step forward in maintaining a dynamic 
approach to marketing. 

Professor Gartner's interest in people, however, 
runs far beyond the classroom. He understands the 
problems that students face because studies did not 
come easily for him. "Professors are human," he 
points out, "they should know when someone needs 
help." Sincere in this belief. Dr. Gartner's position 
as moderator of both Pi Sigma Epsilon, the Business 
School Marketing Fraternity, and the Star of David 
Club indicates a deep interest in the development 
of a well rounded individual. 

Today there is a program for introducing 
progressive courses and expanding the Marketing 
Department. In the future, as these programs be- 
come a reality. Dr. Joseph Gartner will deserve 
a great deal of credit for trying to bring the reality 
of the business world into the classroom. 



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We live in an age where heart transplants are 
commonplace and the medical profession is continu- 
ally developing new and more complex methods 
of treatment. Today's nurse is afforded new tools 
and new opportunities but she is confronted with 
new demands as well. Since her arrival at Boston 
College in I960, Miss Phyllis Green has been fulfill- 
ing the dual role of educator and counselor to the 
B.C. nurse who must cope with the dynamics of 
the profession. Her wide responsibilities are a re- 
flection of a broad educational background. Miss 
Green graduated from St. Vincent's Hospital School 
of Nursing in her native Worcester and holds a 
B.S. in Education from St. Louis University and 
a Master's from Clark University. 

As Assistant Professor of Nursing Education, 
Miss Green teaches "Issues in Nursing," a course 
dealing with the economic and social trends . with 
the constantly expanding nursing profession. "There 
is a great differentiation within the structure of 
the profession," she points out, "and a woman 
who has the benefit of a program like B.C.'s which 
combines techniques of nursing and a liberal arts 
education is more flexible." Consequently it is Pro- 
fessor Green's responsibility to make students aware 
of the numerous and rapidly expanding fields that 
are available to them with their educational back- 
grounds. 



As Guidance Counselor her responsibilities are 
even greater and the problem more particularized. 
"Many fields are open to the well educated nurse," 
she explains, "general hospital work, teaching and 
old age care. The problem is to direct a girl into 
the right field." Though all girls are equipped to 
enter a variety of fields, some are more psychologic- 
ally compatible than others. Often the best general 
hospital nurse is the girl who relates easily to people 
and feels empathy in a trying situation. Yet for the 
same individual, a career in research might be dis- 
astrous. These are the kinds of problems that con- 
front Miss Green daily, and there are as many of 
them as there are girls. 

Yet, in spite of the great deal of time and 
energy her dual role requires. Professor Green still 
finds time to push for the establishment of a B.C. 
chapter of Sigma Theta Tau, the National Honorary 
Nursing Sorority. Although still in the preliminary 
stage, its inception seems near at hand. 

"I just can't stand boredom," she admits. Ap- 
parently she doesn't like to see problems burdening 
others as her dedication to their solution would 
seem to indicate. Teaching, guiding and building 
are, for her, a way of life, a dedication that makes 
the struggle easier and the rewards more enriching 
for herself and the people she comes in contact 
with. 



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When he first came to Boston College eight 
years ago there was no Speech Department, so he 
helped to start one. A year later Boston College 
had a growing Department and an enthusiastic 
Chairman. Although he has long since relinquished 
that past Father Joseph Larkin, S.J. continues to 
add to the cultural dimension of the Boston College 
Community. 

As moderator of the Dramatic Society, the 
University's oldest student organization, his solid 



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educational background and thirty years of directing 
experience have played a large part in the develop- 
ment of the wealth of talent present on the B.C. 
campus. This is not surprising considering the na- 
ture of this background and experience. He received 
his Master's Degree from Catholic University and 
has studied under such recognized masters as Arthur 
Hopkins, producer of John Barrymore's Hamlet and 
Lee Simonson, author of The Stage Is Set. 

His hard work, mastery of blocking techniques, 
insistence on perfect timing and his demanding of 
total dedication by both himself and his students 
has enabled the Dramatic Society to produce several 
exceptional performances, including: A Midsummer 
Night's Dream, A Man for All Seasons and Tart- 
uffe. A director must act as an audience of one 
to channel individual talents, remove rough edges, 
and insure dramatic continuity. "He must," in 
Father's own words, "have a total picture of the 
play if he is to interpret a playwright's insight into 
a problem. Relevancy is desirable but he must not 
destroy the insight." The growth in the size of 
the audiences at Boston College dramatic produc- 
tions in recent years, despite the limited production 
facilities available on campus, would seem to indi- 
cate a growing appreciation for relevant and incisive 
drama. 




Father's interest in drama, however, goes be- 
yond a mere desire to present a good stage produc- 
tion to an attentive audience. He is primarily a 
teacher and prides himself as such. His courses in- 
clude Play Direction, Scene Design and Principles 
of Theatre Arts. The first two are geared more 
for the experienced student who seeks to understand 
production techniques. In the latter Father Larkin 
tries to expand the appreciation capacity of the in- 
terested student so that he can enjoy good drama. 
"I usually try to give the student some idea of 
the theatre in the light of a historical context and 



then introduce him to the different thought ele- 
ments and physical elements that go into the making 
of the total play. Hopefully, when they complete 
the course they have a deeper realization of the 
relevancy of the human situation." 

Father Larkin offers a unique opportunity to 
become familiar with the masterpieces of drama 
and at the same time to understand and appreciate 
them. He lives drama, and in so doing makes it 
come very much alive for those fortunate enough 
to be associated with him. 



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Attempting to convey the experience and in- 
fluence of a great teacher is nearly impossible. To 
describe in words the workings of the person who 
transmits information, provokes understanding, and, 
most importantly, is the chief creating agent in this 
"vale of soul making" is to reduce and extinguish 
the experience which is the person. Any attempt 
at portraying Father F. X. Shea inevitably must 
succumb to an enumeration of what he has done. 

Father Shea's actions have been performed 
within three roles, or theatres of activity, which 
are fundamental to his personality — as a priest, a 
teacher, and a citizen. 

That every human being experiences the 
"voice" of the transcendent is Father Shea's priestly 
belief and the spark of all his ministerial actions. 
To him, being a priest means the constant witness 
to that experience and the facilitating of the 
triumph; being a Jesuit priest means the single- 
minded work of unmasking the secular world and 
functioning as its mirror showing it that its face 
is really the face of God. This work is formed 
in his work with the campus ministry at the various 
liturgical services, in the non-university ministry 
where he often presides and preaches in parishes. 

As a teacher. Father Shea is famous. In courses 
which are always oversubscribed, he flashes his bas- 
ically modern intellect before the class like an actor 
strutting across a stage. Yet the most powerful im- 
pact of his lectern presence is that of his constantly 
original and stimulating ideas and their relevance 
to every student sitting in the room. 

His role as teacher extends beyond the structure 
and formality of the class into his extensive contact 



with students as a counselor, and a friend. His 
concern for the efficacy of the educating process 
is expressed in his activity in developing programs 
of an experimental nature. He was the originator 
of the pilot program Modern Man, and is presently 
teaching a course which crosses the disciplines theol- 
ogy and literature, and he was one of the pioneers 
who initiated the Boston Theological Institute. His 
vision as a teacher is determined by his belief that 
students must determine what the educating process 
will be. The success of this vision at Boston College 
is measurable both by the numbers of students who 
influence and help create the educational program 
and by his personal elevation into the directive posi- 
tion of Executive Vice President. 

Citizenship too has a powerful meaning for 
this man for whom the world and all its people 
is the chief repository of loyalty. While he was 
in Jamaica Father Shea became a local champion 
of the island natives who suffered from a U. S. 
Based economy. He became involved in the civil 
rights struggle and in 1965 joined the Selma-Mont- 
gomery march. He was a prime mover in the creation 
of the only university-community cooperation to 
improve conditions of the ghetto — the Joint Center 
for Urban Affairs. 

Great men often cast large shadows. The 
measure of their greatness is not only their stature 
but the darkness their height creates behind them. 
There is no darkness in the aspect of Father F. 
X. Shea. His brightness is not calibrated according 
to the number of stunted souls he has left behind, 
but the number of souls he has ignited. 



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Father James A. Woods, S.J., has been breaking 
with tradition this year. Students have the preconceived 
idea that the dean is the one in the center of the stage at 
a college assembly. Very often a student shakes hands 
with his dean for the first time at graduation exer- 
cises. But Evening College students meet their new 
dean everywhere — from his office during the day 
to the Eagles Nest at night. Father Woods sums 
up this revolutionary change in the concept of a 
dean with these words, "We're all working together, 
students and administration, to make the educational 
process meaningful. Communication is the key to 
understanding. We can do this through both the 
classroom and school organizations but only if we 
work as a unit." 

To accomplish his many goals — both daily and 
long term — Dean Woods takes maximum advantage 
of time. Now is the hour of action. The continual 
necessity for revision and updating is being consid- 
ered under a new liberal tone. And the needs of 
the Evening College will be met because Father 
Woods is a man of action. 

With this thought in mind. Dean Woods has 
found his appointment more of a challenging start 





than a successful attainment. He feels that as dean 
of one of the undergraduate colleges on campus 
he should be a leader in weaving tightly the stu- 
dent-faculty relationships. To cite just one example, 
Father's office is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.ni. to 
any student or faculty member. The office is espe- 
cially lively during the evening when classes are 
in session. Between classes, students congregate in 
and nearby the office to exchange hellos, ideas, 
and opinions with their dean. 

But this is only one aspect of Dean Woods' 
plan to foster relations between himself and the 
students. Father is of the opinion that social gather- 
ings are an excellent opportunity for bringing peo- 
ple, fun, and ideas together. So each holiday is 
marked by some sort of festivity. 

It takes a special type of person to handle 
administration in this way. Father Woods claims 
he has no special "formulas" which keep him going 
at this fast moving, tightly organized pace. "If you 
have an interesting idea for improvement, you don't 
mind working until it somehow becomes a reality." 
The key to his success seems to lie in two words 

he himself often mentions: interest and improve- 
ment. 

Father entered the Jesuits with a Boston back- 



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ground, having attended B.C. High before entering 
the Society. As a scholastic, he taught Math and 
Enghsh at Cranwell School for three years. After 
his ordination Father became Secretary to the Jesuit 
Provincial of New England, a post which he held 
until coming to B.C. In the short time he has been 
here, Father has found the B.C. community both 
helpful and receptive. Their warmth and their 
eagerness to assist him have made his first year as 
dean a pleasant one. 

"What are Father's plans for the future? Al- 
ready he is working on a general program of ex- 
pansion and improvement for the Evening College. 
Father's goal to enlarge enrollment will be accom- 
plished by offering a large selection of high quality 
courses to enrolled students and by a massive adver- 



tising campaign. Father Woods has great respect 
for the men and women in the Evening College. 
Their dual role of breadwinner-student leaves no 
doubt about their serious desire for a college educa- 
tion. "Their education must be approached dif- 
ferently from that of the day student," Father ex- 
plains, "most are learning the practical aspects of 
their major by day. We must equip them with a 
liberal point of view — yet remain in the realm of 
the utilitarian. They aren't interested in a degree 
for its own sake." 

Believing that no problem is so overwhelming 
that it can't be worked around, and with an uncanny 
ability to see solutions for every difficulty, he looks 
forward to the future. In fact, he's already making 
plans for next year. 




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Students . . . Describe ? . . . Categorize ? No 

single home, no single name. Rich man, poor man. 
Gentleman, Lady. Commuter, resident. Live. Study. 
Play. Run, yell, sing, dance. Power. Grace. Intensive 
preparation, lady luck. Acting. 

Community. Cooperation. Coming and going 
and seeing and hearing and hoping and having 
and giving. Touching. Feeling. Loving. 





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Orientation 

Those freshman blues — those don't know, too 
afraid to ask and stupid enough to believe, home- 
sick, new scene, new life, just come, low down 
freshman blues. 

Big man, been here, coming back, knows the 
line, got the word, help me. 

Patient and knowing, coming and going, al- 
ways on the run, keep 'em moving, learn them 
grooving, shatter their illusions, solve their confus- 
ions, give of yourself to make them better. 

Hero, heel. Porter, waiter. Big shot, prefect. 
Big brother, counselor. A week to learn, to get 
in the swing. Comedy, song, flash of talent. Around 
a campus and through a city. To get a spirit and 
a pride. To find friends, to become a member of 
a community. Oriented. 






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Mixers 

Never believe it until you see it yourself. 
Throngs of people, directions unknown and inten- 
tions uncertain. Long hair, short skirts, hard seats. 
Music that's too loud, lights that are too dim at 
the right times and too bright at the wrong ones. 
Laugh a lot, dance a little. Too much hope and 
too little nerve. Get enough booze, get enough ac- 
tion. Find the right chick, the cool guy. Then make 
the scene, show the rest of the world where it's 
really at. Mix it up, make the moves. Phone numbers 
and promises. A night too soon over, a good-bye 
too brief for the liking. The long walk home. 



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The Capping 



One does not remember past dreams and play 
kits marked "Nurse Nancy." One does not imagine 
all that she will come to experience and to know. 
She does not feel calm and confident. The cap 
of the Boston College School of Nursing is worn 
for the first time this day. With the lighting of 
the lamp which she holds, this woman accepts a 
responsibility — one of total committment to care of 
the sick, comfort of the dying, loving of man. She 
will walk many halls, say countless prayers, cry tears 
that will tell of silent sorrows. She will ask others 
to accept disease and death — realities she cannot 
understand and which, in her own unique humanity, 
she fears. And it is not today that she realizes 
the gift of self which she has made. And it is 
not tomorrow — but it will be in all the yesterdays 
that she will look upon when her gift has been given. 




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Men's Dorms 

Quiet, ordered existence is the rule in the men's 
residence halls at Boston College. With a firm belief 
that a dormitory should be a house of study and a 
constant source of spiritual enrichment, the residents of 
the various houses on the upper campus make modera- 
tion and perfect comportment the ruling principles of 
their campus lives. Horseplay is never tolerated, and 
a spirit of industry and devotion pervade the corridors 
of every dorm. With sumptuous and spacious accom- 
modations the rule rather than the exception, the 
resident man lives a rich and varied life. 




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Women's Dorms 

A home away from home, a palace away from 
the Heights. The food isn't the greatest, the plumb- 
ing not the best in the world and the heating far 
from spectacular. Plaster on the floor isn't all that 
bad and we don't really need to have the garbage 
taken out all the time. 

But it's ours to do with as we please. Little 
touches to make the scene a little more feminine. 
Bargain basement specials, leftovers from the days 
when Mom was roughing it with Dad. A coat of 
paint, a container of wax, a certain amount of skill 
and a whole lot of patience. 

Crowded, noisy, hectic. Life in a shoebox, 
thought in a cacophony, perseverance in the midst 
of chaos. A place to live, to grow, to learn. 






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Apartments 



Bag what you reil your parents about the study 
potential of an apartment. 

Wanted: 

The best party apartment with enough rack 
room for the least money. Finding the perfect room- 
mate — with stereo, color tv, car, good looking friends 
and an antiseptic passion. 

The perfect roommate is an impossible dream. So 
with friends you suffer the trials of complaining neigh- 
bors, penurious landlords, worried parents, dirty dishes, 
un-made beds, grocery lists and those continuous bills. 
But the pros outweigh the cons. The good times, 
spontaneous parties, excuses for later hours, planned 
parties, snow parties, and (of course) those third Tues- 
day-of-the-month-parties. Getting to know people better 
and letting people know you. 



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Commuters 

Their domain is the parking lot, their sanctuary 
is in Lyons. Suspended in their own peculiar limbo, 
they confront the dichotomy of student in a unique 
environment of independence, and son or daughter 
in a traditional scene of family and home. Separate 
worlds that must somehow be brought together in 
a meaningful relationship. Long rides, hard studies, 
pleasant interludes. A scholar nomad giving a pe- 
culiar flavor of Boston to the microcosm on the Heights. 



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People Together 

Hopes, fears, frustration, ecstasy. A gathering 
of the eagle. Pack 'em in the aisles and close up 
the stands, we're on the move and we're going to let 
them know it. Streamers, banners, cans. Spirit now, 
garbage later. But for the briefest of moments a symbol, 
a sign of pride. 

Strangers are friends, knit together in joy and 
sorrow. Heroes are born and gooses cooked. People 
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Victory Dances 

The game is over and the best is yet to come. 
Bigger and better things are in the offing. With 
a date and a ticket and a pint and some wheels, 
yoVi're on your way. An evening of wonders unfolds 
at your feet. Warm companionship, frustrated con- 
versation, and invigorating exercise combine to 
create a memorable night. 
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return from the Boston College Bellevue to the 
society he vaguely remembers. Staffed by a well 
intentioned but overly possessive crew of noble 
nurses and dedicated doctors, the B.C. infirmary 
is the champion of health and happiness on campus. 
Able to rise to any occasion (they have a territorial 
claim suit of file for the Nurses' Lounge), they 
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brary system is a vital part in the academic life 
of any quality university. Boston College is no ex- 
ception. To meet the demands of a growing student 
body, B.C. has assembled a large collection of books, 
periodicals and documents, with the main collection 
housed in Bapst and specialized collections located 
in the various colleges and a warehouse of unde- 
termined location. 

Within the libraries themselves, one can see 
students pursuing their studies with a special vigor. 
With a large, well trained staff to aid them in 
their efforts, students are able to supplement their 
classroom work with detailed research into many 
specialized areas. Then again, there's always the 
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Intramurals 

We are assured early in life that "AH the 
world's a stage," but the question is, "Does this 
trickle down to the more mundane aspect of liv- 
ing?" For instance, do intramural sports have roots 
in ritual and theater? Can one conceive of, for 
example, "The Sound of Dribbling" or "The Roar 
of the Football and the Smell of the Sneaker?" 
While most assuredly not ideal material for musical 
comedy, the intramural program provides B.C. stu- 
dents with ample opportunity for sound competitive 
drama. In addition it provides the fringe benefits 
of recreation, fellowship, ideals of good sportsman- 
ship, as well as swift bone-crushing settlements of 
the customary inter-denominational rivalries. 

Under the direction of Mr. Malcolm McLoud, 
participants pursue intramural sports as a "valuable 
auxiliary to the curriculum in the attainment of 
objectives." Offering the student a wide variety of 
sports activities are the ample facilities of Com- 
mander Shea Field, McHugh Forum, and Robert 
Center. Students who master the Byzantine machi- 
nations of intramural regulations have access to all 
facilities for competitions, thus specifying in one 
way or another whether they can equal the theatrical 
boast of Muhammed Ali, "I am the greatest." 




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Gentle Monday 

Inhibitions, tightly held, are momentarily cast 
aside. For a fleeting instant on a spring afternoon 
"love children" emerge from within the campus 
conservatives. Any "rat" race you are in, even if 
its the cafe rat race are temporarily forgotten. A 
new, fresh bag. And there's popcorn in it. Skies 
filled with kites and balloons. Squirt guns filled 
with Chianti, jelly-fiUed doughnuts, and doughnut 
filled skies! 

But the feeling fades as quickly as the after- 
noon sun, however warm and we all go our own 
way maintaining our own fronts playing out our 
own roles. When the sun sets on the litter filled 
lawns of Bapst even though our inhibitions are 
neatly back in their places, we're at least a few 
smiles richer. 





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Band 

spirit, harmony, noise. The Boston College band 
provides them all and provides them in abundance. 
The combined ensemble o£ musicians, twirlers, and 
color guard regularly appear in irregular places, lending 
support and entertainment to B.C. activities of all types. 
In the fall the Marching Band adds color to Alumni 
Stadium. In the winter, Roberts Center and McHugh 
Forum rock with the spirit of the smaller but equally 
loud pep bands. 

This year a new note was added, with a well 
drilled and enthusiastic corps of majorettes, led by 
Bobbie McKuskie, adding sparkle to the band's efforts. 
Polish and professionalism are the keynotes in the 
band's success, attributes which are the result of both 
talent and the fine direction of Mr. Peter C. Siragusa. 
Innovation (scores of spangled sprites) and courage 
(brazenly braving blasts at Bapst for the aerial arrival 
of Santa) make the B. C. Band in every sense of the 
word, "For Boston." 



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Cheerleaders 

The uniforms of the girls seem a Httle 
shorter and their faces a httle prettier each year, 
and the voices of the guys a little more hoarse. 
But their purpose is still the same, to inspire 
the participants in each athletic endeavor to 
deeds of fortitude, swiftness, and endurance. 
And mostly to win! Boston College cheerleaders 
encourage the "spirited" football crowds to 
chants of "Go B.C. go!" or "Intercept that 
pass!" which sometimes comes out a little 
garbled by the fourth quarter. Indoors, at basket- 
ball and hockey games, they have led the crowd 
in applauding hardwood quintets and ice sextets 
ranked among the best in the East. The only 
complaint that can be made by B.C. sports fans 
after seeing the cheerleaders in action at any 
of the fall or winter games is that they don't 
continue through the spring, perhaps starting 
a tradition of cheering at baseball games different 
than that emanating from Beer Can Hill. 




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Chorale 



Quality is to be pursued at all times. This 
is especially true in the arts, where refinement of 
both content and expression are actively sought. The 
Boston College Chorale pursues this end, and under 
the direction and inspiration of C. Alexander Pelo- 
quin, composer in residence and moderator extra- 
ordinary, they have achieved it. 

The Chorale provides music for all occasions. 
Their normal mode, the concert, is always a rich 
and diverse adventure in listening. It is however, 
in their special events that they achieve their better 
moments. This was especially true in 1968-1969, 
most notably in their November appearance in 
"Jeanne D'Arc au Boucher," featuring Miss Vera 
Zorina, the Saint Anne's Boys Choir, and a Festival 
Orchestra. Directed by Dr. Peloquin and staged at 
the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, it was truly one 
of the most memorable moments in the cultural 
history of Boston College. That such events are 
becoming more and more recognized is a tribute 
to the talent and dedication of the Chorale. 




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Up early. Empty the garbage, maybe do some 
dishes. Pat the little ones on the head, give the 
parents your best. Then head for the Heights, for 
the glories of the classroom and the comfort and 
cuisine of the Lyons cafe. 

In the hope that commuters can mean more 
than many cars on campus, the Commuters Council 
tries to give added perspective to a vital but often 
unheard from section of the B.C. hoardes. With 
a wealth of activities ranging from ski trips to par- 
ties, from lectures to movies, the council has in 
many senses been a real success. In their efforts 
to provide meaningful ties with university life as 
a whole, they have been largely responsible for the 
generation of a deeper sense of spirit and participa- 
tion, one that doesn't extend only to Comm Ave. 
or the Circle. 

Brown bags haven't disappeared, and the park- 
ing problems are as bad as ever, but the commuter 
is no longer the B.C. eagle, homing pigeon model. 





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Dramatic Society 

The Dramatic Society is an experience in 
community. The director molds and refines, provid- 
ing perspective and expression in technique. The 
actor lives the role, giving life to the part which 
once was merely a string of words on a sheet of 
paper. The technical crews, often the least recog- 
nized group involved, continually labor before, dur- 
ing and after the cast has taken their bows and 
left. They too put in their three or four hours 
of work per minute of performance, and it is their 
accepted task to do so as quietly and unnoticeably 
as possible. The audience .too participates, in its 
sense of pleasure in experience and pride in reflec- 
tion upon the professional and enjoyable produc- 
tions that emerge. 

In fulfilling the self imposed duty to present 
first rate comedy, ' drama and musical, the DS draws 
upon scripts as diverse as Moliere's Tartuffe, For- 
sythe's Seven Scenes for Yeni, Dylan Thomas' Un- 
der Milkwood, and Briclusse and Newley's Grease- 
paint (Sir!). With its growing list of successful 
presentations and satisfied audiences, the Boston 
College Dramatic Society adds that little something 
extra that spells true, living community. 





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Fulton Debate 

Persuasion is an art, and the diligent pursuit 
of quality in this field is the objective of the Fulton 
Debating Society. Under the direction of Mr. Robert 
Shrum, the members of the Fulton appear through- 
out the nation representing Boston College in the 
world of inter-collegiate debate. The work is hard, 
and the reward often absent or barely perceptible. 
Trying to convince, hoping to win. Research, perse- 
verance, little sleep and a lot of time. Living out 
of a suitcase. One week a winner, the next a loser. 
Learning and living in a world of inherency and 
significance. A little pain, a lot of fun. 









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Gold Key 



The Gold Key Society is one of the largest 
and most respected organizations on campus. The 
aim and purpose of the society might be best ex- 
plained by its motto: "Service and Sacrifice." Service 
to the university, the student body and the com- 
munity. The actual events at which members assist 
range from Public Affairs Forums and campus tours 
to athletic events. Extending its service beyond the 
campus, the Society has participated in aid programs 
for the mentally retarded and a semi-annual Ameri- 
can Red Cross Blood Drive. The highlight of the 
year is always the Awards Banquet, when the Gold 
Key Award is presented to an outstanding figure 
outside the university and keys are awarded to mem- 
bers of the junior class who have exemplified the 
spirit of the Gold Key Society in their dedication 
to their fellow men. 




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Greek societies on the Boston College campus 
cover a wide range of interest and aims. Ranging 
from professional business and marketing fraterni- 
ties to service sororities, they try to accomplish the 
varied ends of assistance, education and inter-per- 
sonal enrichment. Activities are varied, and a broad 
spectra of meetings, events and discussion typify 
the school year for those involved. 

Membership is open to those under-graduates 
who meet the varied qualifications set by the indi- 



vidual societies. The general pattern of rush, initia- 
tion and then final acceptance is an arduous one 
for those involved, often taking them to what seem 
to be absurd ends to obtain their prized membership 
-and equal status. For those that persevere in the 
face of these tests of character and diligence, the 
rewards are a feeling of accomplishment and a closer 
association with a group of common interests and 
unified aims. 




Sigma Epsilon 

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Honor Societies 

In every school there are men who generously 
give of their time and their talents to lead, to guide, 
to sustain spirit. Boston College recognizes such 
leaders and achievers in the honor societies of the 
schools of the university. Distinction in both aca- 
demic and extra-curricular organizations are re- 
quired, but it is some quality more intangible, per- 
haps the spirit of caring, that earns a senior a place 
in an honor society. 




Siena Society 




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Alpha and Omega 




The Order of the Cross and Crown is com- 
posed of those members of the College of Arts 
and Sciences who have earned distinction in their 
first three years, and is chosen from seniors who 
maintain a B-plus average and participate in at least 
two activities. The Siena Society is also a select 
group — approximately 12 members from the Basic 
Senior Class of the School of Nursing accomplished 
in the classroom, the hospital ward, and in the 
evening world of activities. Alpha and Omega is 
the honor society in the School of Education; it is 
composed of individuals who have demonstrated quali- 
ties of leadership and commitment to the teaching 
profession. These are the "best men" groups, those 
which Boston College forms into honor societies. 



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Down the stairs. Around the corner. Into the 
darkened mini-cavern. Music. Lectures. Comedy, 
tragedy. Firing Une. Flics. Cups of coffee, bags of 
chips. A quiet moment, a sudden burst of sound. 
Light. Darkness. Mostly just people. Meeting. 
Greeting. Mixing, singing, laughing. Behig. This is 
Middle Earth. 



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New Left, Old Right, Mellow Middle 




S.D.S.-S.C.C. 



Whatever name that might be adopted, the end 
sought is the same — the involvement of American youth 
in the processes that create a better, more represent- 
ative nation. 

Boston College is no exception to this trend, with 
a number of politically oriented groups on campus. 
In line with somewhat established trends, the Young 
Democrats and Young Republicans try to support the 
party of their choice. 

The newly formed Political Science Club has at- 
tempted to walk the middle path in providing activi- 
ties attractive to members of both the left and right 
of the political spectrum. 

Along somewhat different lines, the Young Ameri- 
cans for Freedom champion the right of the individual 
to remain true, blue, and conservative. Reacting and 
reactionary, they campaign for bombs and flags with 
equal fervor. With "Motherpie and Applehood" lead- 
ing the way, the Student Coordinating Committee is a 
newer but no less vocal addition to the B.C. scene, tak- 
ing up where the SDS left off last year. Rising to the 
clarion call of student rights, they seek to involve 
and change, be it grapes or the elimination of our 
brand of the industrial military complex. 



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Young Americans for Freedom 
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Revitalization Corps 

Visitors hurrying through the cavernous corri- 
dors of McElroy Commons are not likely to notice 
the blunt greeting on the door of Room 105, office 
of the Revitalization Corps. It reads: "If you're not 
part of the solution, you're part of the problem." 
To date, one hundred and fifty students have re- 
sponded to its rude summons; now in its second 
year, the Boston College Chapter of the Revitaliza- 
tion Corps promotes programs for community im- 
provement in the Greater Boston area. 

Flexibility keynotes Corps projects in an effort 
to attract a maximum number of interested students 
and faculty. The Corps provides manpower for a 
variety of tutorial, Big Brothers, and hospital pro- 
grams as well as activities fostering community rela- 
tions. This past fall the B.C. Chapter sponsored 
a fund-raising Folk Concert, participated in a rally 
in New York City with other chapters of the Corps, 
and hosted a regional meeting of Corps groups at 
B.C. One notable project takes members to Ded- 
ham jail, where prisoners are tutored, visited, and 
mostly cared about. 

Under the direction of David Tine, the Corps 
seeks to initiate new programs involving the faculty 
in expanded tutorial curricula and alumni volunteers 
with underprivileged children. 



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ROTC 

Upon graduation from Boston College and ac- 
ceptance of a commission as a second lieutenant 
in the Army Reserves, the Reserve Officer Training 
Corps student begins his service "in the branch 
of his choice." Receiving academic credit for his 
training and earning monthly paychecks in his 
junior and senior years, the successful candidate be- 
comes a respected leader in our fighting forces. 

With the advent of the war as a serious moral 
and political question, enthusiasm for R.O.T.C. and 
enrollment in it have sharply decreased. The very 
relevance of military training in a liberal arts cur- 
riculum has itself been drawn into question, with 
controversy widespread. For those who continue to 
believe in the army way, however, R.O.T.C. pro- 
vides practical training in the classroom and on 
the drill field for a future career — or two years 
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With precision as its core and quality as its tjoal, 
tiie Lewis Drill Team regularly gains recognition as 
one of the best in the Fast. A wide variety of activities, 
including precision drills on campus, participation in 
local parades, and squad competition are the outward 
signs of success. Inwardly, a spirit of fraternity and an 
intense pride make the Lewis Drill Team one of the 
university's most closely knit organizations. 




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. . . and Marksmen 

As the only co-ed sport on campus, the Boston 
Collet;e Rifle Club supports a championship team 
drawn from the entire university. Activities are mainly 
concerned with instillint; a knowledge of and apprecia- 
tion for quality marksmanship, and results such as 
attaining first place in the Greater Boston Collegiate 
Rifle League in the 1967-1968 season emphasizes their 
success. With another promising season well in hand, a 
tradition of excellence continues to be the heart of all 
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Sodality 



The Sodality is a group combining in a unique 
way the shared concerns of its members and the inter- 
actions of them with the larger communities of the 
university, the city, and the "People of God" in the 
broadest sense. The meetings are centered around the 
guests, whose backgrounds vary from that of Neale 
Hunter, who spent four years teaching in Red China, 
to that of Ulysses Shelton, who directs Upward Bound 
at Boston College and spoke of black power and com- 
munity control, hiformal exchanges over coffee, wine, 
or pizza usually follow. 

The goals of the people who constitute the So- 
dality reaffirm one of the unique things about the 
group. Although the Sodality provides the resources of 
an organized group when they are needed, it has 
little established structure, format or set role at B.C. 
It is, properly speaking, a group of individuals rather 
than an organization. 

One of the most interesting aspects of the So- 
dality is its continual reassessment and reformation. 
Unlike many other groups, the Sodality makes no claim 
of exclusiveness with respect to its work. If the work 
is no longer relevant, or if it is assumed by another 
group, the Sodality does not continue it for the sake 
of form, nor does it compete with the other group. 
Rather, it directs its efforts not to a set pattern or any 
one activity but to the needs of any given situation 
in the urban. Christian, or university community. 




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Michael Ryan President Undergraduate Government 
Social Commission 




Student Government: 
A New Start 

Leadership is a unique trait. At Boston College, 
our special way of seeking this quality among our 
compatriots is called Student Government. Drawing 
from many different segments of the campus popu- 
lation, "Pols Inc." brings to our forums of demo- 
cratic process an unparalleled blend of verve, integ- 
rity, perseverance and originality. No task is too 
large, no issue too minute that the polemics of 
righteous student organization cannot be brought to 
bear. 

This has been a year of experimentation, one 
of watchful waiting. Under the new constitution, 
a University Undergraduate Senate has sought to 
legislate a truly coordinated policy, and a new exec- 
utive branch has tried to give forceful leadership 
a meaning and direction. Success has not always 
been obvious, but every indication is that the farces 
of the past are finally becoming past, and not con- 
tinuing reality. Especially with the successful inclus- 
ion of a meaningful student representation of 25% 
on the University Academic Senate, a climate of 
progress has become more than a seasonal freak. 



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With the Social Commission and the Cultural 
Committee bringing top flight entertainment and 
events to the campus, the complaint that interests 
outside the class area are ignored has begun to dis- 
appear. Special events are now special in more than 
name only, with Wilson Pickett, Dionne Warwick, 
the Turtles, Richard Hofstadter, Campaign memen- 
toes making appearances on campus. 

Individual schools approach their peculiar 
problems with their respective senates. With a mind 
toward improving the academic and cultural atmos- 
phere in their colleges, the senates attempt to better 
student- faculty relations, communicate student opin- 
ions, and initiate programs designed to fulfill the 
ends of quality education and social integration. 



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Cultural Committee 




With the realization that the resident student 
has special needs and special tastes, the Councils 
of Resident Men and Women stand out as quality 
attempts to achieve the end of the well-rounded 
dormie. Parties, lectures, weekends and other events 
of similar nature give the resident community both 
cohesion and spirit, with no small part of the credit 
going to the councils which initiate and support 
these activities. Among the men especially, the full 
initiation of the house system has led to a closer 
involvement among the students in individual 
houses. 



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Heights 



To the unitiate, the Heights is an outhouse supple- 
ment that mysteriously appears on sporadic Tuesdays 
at indeterminate times. To those introduced into its 
mysteries, it is a beacon of hght in the world of the cam- 
pus Philistine. Dissent is its religion, journalism its 
mode, and freedom of something its undermining 
principle. 

On a secondary level, a professional approach to 
the difficulties of campus communications is the final 
goal of the He/gh/s. With a capable staff it has pursued 
this end with imagination and vigor. Unafraid of con- 
troversy and always ready to side with the right, no 
matter who or what it might be, the Heights is a definite 
asset in university life. Its task is difficult, its successes 
often hard to define and its failures sometimes eye- 
catching. The results are neither rag nor masterpiece, 
but a happy blend of optimism, pessimism, indignation, 
and fun. 




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Editor's note: 

Roger Pelissier, our always eccentric sometimes manag- 
ing editor, is not pictured on these pages. Those 
interested in viewing this Boston College legend are 
referred to previous volumes of the Sub Turri. If none 
are available, Ropel, as he is affectionately known, 
may be found among the senior candids. There you 
will see our longhaired cameraman generously posing 
with several senior females. 





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Sub Turri 

As time passes and memories fade, one often 
looks beyond oneself for memories of years spent 
at B.C. To insure that the quest for contacts with 
the past is a successful one, the Boston Colle^s;e 
Sub Turri yearly issues forth from the depths of 
McRlroy to the mortification and delight of the 
students either victimized or glorified within its pages. 

Creating a representative picture of B.C. is not 
an easy task. Long hours of hard work are involved 
in every page that comes to the press. Camera in 
hand, typewriter in lap and aspirin in pocket, the 
staff of the Sub Turri scurry forth from their lair 
to capture the life of a campus, whenever and 
wherever it might be. With varied views and di- 
versified desires we immortalize anything and every- 
thing. 

In the end, provided that pictures are printed, 
copy written, order imposed on chaos and deadlines 
met, a yearbook emerges. It is the product of much 
labor, and in many cases even a little love. Perfec- 
tion isn't always possible, but then again half the 
fun is in the trying. 




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A forum for the exposition of an original idea, 
a synthesis of a chemical research project, or an excerpt 
from a first novel: the University's magazines provide 
publication for the creative student's endeavors in the 
field of literary and scientific innovation. Poems, essays, 
short stories, drawings, and photographs are published 
in the literary quarterly, the Stylus. The eerie, blood- 
and-black painting covering the walls of the Stylus's 
McElroy Common office seem to provide some inspira- 
tion to a talented, but sporadic, editorial staff. 

The University: A Symposium Issue was the first 
Humanities Magazine publication to devote an entire 
issue to one particular current theme. It included articles 
on the relation of the university to social change, a 
comparison of education in America and Russia, a dis- 
cussion of the unique insights Catholic education can 
give in literary study. The Cosmos publishes original 
and review papers by students in math and the physical 
sciences, and even explores the borderline areas of sci- 
ence, philosophy, and theology. The CBA Newsletter 
is published by a staff of C.B.A. students who explore 
current topics in the business and financial world, with 
a particular emphasis on political economy, to supple- 
ment classroom theory. 



Bob Martino, CBA Neti'sletter editor and Boy Wonder 




Stylus editorial board 



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Variety and quality are just as appropriate call 
letters for WVBC, the campus radio station, as the 
familiar phrase, "WYBC, the Voice of Boston Col- 
lege." In actively pursuing their goal of serving 
the students the best way possible, WVBC is not 
content to merely broadcast the usual blurb of music 
and news. Under the direction of station manager 
Phil Langsdorf, radio men sponsor and moderate discus- 
sions and forums, bring live coverage of football, 
basketball and hockey, and even arrange the arrival of a 
mechanized Santa Claus on Bapst lawn. 

Innovation and progress are also apparent 
within the studios, with a continuing effort to pro- 
vide varied and representative programming aimed 
at everyone. With the addition of a new and more 
powerful transmitter this year, affiliation with ABC, 
and plans to extend their lines into previously un- 
tapped audience areas, WVBC is continually seeking 
the new and beneficial for the students of B.C. 



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Football 

"Men, we're going to make Boston College 
football mean something to a lot of people this 
year." Coach Joe Yukica looked at his squad, just 
before the opening of their '68 season at Navy, 
and struck the keynote for a successful year for 
the football Eagles. 

From the time of that pregame talk — minutes 
before that team routed Navy, 49-15, at Annapolis 
— to the final gun of their 40-20 victory over Holy 
Cross, the 1968 football season was, for B.C. a 
new year completely. Coming off successive 4-6 
seasons, and with the new guidance of Yukica and 
his young staff, the '68 team rolled to a 6-3 record, 
third-rank national ratings in total offense, and a 
host of record-breaking offensive statistics. 

It all began with that Navy game, when the 
underdog Eagles unveiled a potent offense, outrun- 




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ning and outscoring the Midshipmen to spoil the 
Annapolis Homecoming. Senior quarterback Joe 
Marzetti scored the first touchdown early in the 
first period, and from then on Dave Bennett (three 
touchdowns) and Jim Catone (two more) put the 
icing on a very sweet cake. BC rolled up an offense 
of 477 yards and 22 first downs, while an inspired 
defense shut off all hope for the Navy Blue. Banner 
headlines in the Boston papers welcomed home the 
victors. 

But people wondered still if that had not been 
a fluke. With their Buffalo game, a critical test, 
as their home opener, Marzetti and sophomore 
passer Frank Harris directed the BC eleven to a 
31-12 romp. Dave Bennett was again superb, scoring 
four touchdowns and rushing for 171 yards. 

It was defense's day against Villanova the fol- 
lowing Saturday, before another near-capacity crowd 
at Alumni Stadium. Safety John Salmon stole two 
of the Wildcats' passes, and linemen Dick Kroner 
and John Fitzgerald smothered the visitors' ground 
game. Senior split-end Barry Gallup notched his 
second touchdown of the year, and Bennett, Catone, and 
Fred Willis added one apiece to the 28-15 outcome. 





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The unbeaten Eagles matched their 3-0 record 
with 0-4 Tulane on October 19th at New Orleans' 
Sugar Bowl, and the welcoming committee wasn't 
very friendly. The Green Wave took advantage of 
warm weather and high humidity to outlast BC, 
28-14. The Eagles showed well, especially late in 
the game against Tulane's subs, but lacked enough 
depth in receivers to handle the on-target passing 
of soph Frank Harris. 

Penn State was next; Coach Joe Yukica's alma 
mater fielded its best team in history this year, and 
the Lions saw BC as a mere pause on their way 
to the Eastern Championship and the Lambert 
Trophy. But, amazing everyone except themselves, the 
Eagles put together a tenacious defense and a furious 
pass-rush to hold State scoreless through most of 
the first half. Kroner, Fitzgerald, and linebackers 
Jim King and Jim McCool combined with an alert 
secondary to hold off the expected onslaught. 




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But the Lions' AU-American Ted Kwalick 
could not be denied his usual touchdown or two; 
the strong visitors' defensive unit held up for the 
remainder of the game, and the Eagles were shut 
out, 29-0. 

Playing Army at West Point for the season's 
sixth contest, the BC eleven shattered sixteen team 
and individual records. Army contributed one im- 
portant record, however: points against. The Cadets' 
Chuck Jarvis was the dynamo (253 yards) that 
sparked an Army 58-25 rout. Harris again displayed 
remarkable nerve for a rookie passer, attempting 
57 and completing 37 for 376 yards total offense, 
and establishing himself in both the starting berth 
and the record books. Barry Gallup and Steve Kives 
accounted for most of the aerial receiving, as Gallup 
tied the all-time career receptions record. The Eagles 
again ranked in the nation's top five for total of- 
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After the tough loss to Army, the Eagles had 
shown what they could do and had surprised many 
people — press, students, and fans — with their of- 
fensive prowess. The 45-13 triumph over VMI re- 
versed completely the roles in last year's game, when 
the hapless Jim Miller-coached Eagles had stumbled 
to a 26-13 defeat. The capping touchdown of the 
game was Dave Bennett's second of the day, and 
fourteenth of the season, to erase another BC record. 

At.U Mass in their final road trip, the Eagles 
started slowly on a cold day, but Joe Marzetti's 
direction in the final quarter was enough to earn 
a 21-6 decision. The BC defense proved itself again, 
shutting off the Redmen until the game's final play, 
and keeping the BC side well in the ball game. 
Senior fullback Paul DellaVilla teamed with Bennett 
to do most of the Eagles' rushing against the U Mass 
defensive unit. 

Holy Cross, traditionally the challenging climax 
of the Eagles' year, proved a strong opponent again 
this year. Harris, Gallup, and Bennett rose to the 
occasion, and the 40-20 margin for BC was a fitting 
finale to a successful '68 campaign. 



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A word of thanks is due to Yukica and his 
young but able staff. As the seniors leave they go 
with the knowledge that Boston College football 
can mean something. For the juniors, sophomores 
and freshmen, the future is a bright one. Teamwork, 
spirit and a sense of student pride are once again 
integral elements of Boston College football. 



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On December 21, 1967, Mr. Joseph M. Yukica 

was appointed to the position of Head Football Coach 
at Boston College. 

Mr. Yukica, a 37 year old native of Midland, 
Pennsylvania, is the 27th man to guide the fortunes 
of the Eagles in 75 years of competition. He played 
his college ball at Penn State under coaching great 
Rip Engle, where he was an outstanding pass receiver. 
However, a leg injury sustained while playing against 
Nebraska brought his collegiate career to an abrupt 
halt early in his Senior year. Despite this curtailment, 
he was drafted by the former Chicago Cardinals. How- 
ever he decided to pass up "pro-ball" in favor of 
remaining at Penn State and working towards his 
Master's Degree. During this time he worked as an 
assistant coach on the Nittany Lion freshman football 
team. 

Following a successful stint as a high school men- 
tor in Pennsylvania from 1954 to 1959, Mr. Yukica 
decided to enter into the world of collegiate coaching 
and, in I960 made his debut as End Coach at West- 
chester State College. The following year he held the 
same position at Dartmouth under Bob Blackman. 
While at Dartmouth, Coach Yukica earned a reputa- 
tion as being one of the top young assistant coaches 
in the country. During his five years at Dartmouth, 
the Big Green rolled up a 37-8 record, which included 
two perfect 9-0 seasons, and a 15 game win streak. In 
1965, after Dartmouth captured the Lambert Trophy, 
Mr. Yukica became the Head Coach at the University 
of New Hampshire. In 1967, after 2 years at the helm 
of LINH, he was honored as the New England Coach 
of the Year. 

Next came his appointment to BC. This news 
generated an interest in football on the Heights which 
had not been matched in half a decade. Moreover, 
sharp eyed critics began to speculate on the future of 
Eagle football. 

But now that one full season has elapsed, any 
ob.server can look at what was in store for BC, and 
perhaps no one can give insight into what transpired 
better than the man who engineered it, Joseph Yukica 
himself. 

"It"s rather foolish to predict, you only know 
something for sure, when it's all over." With these 
words. Coach Yukica with all of the speculation locked 
in the past, paused to reflect on something he knew 
very well, that is his first year as Head Football Coach 
at Boston College. 

"In essence, my total experience with the school 
has been favorable. The response to football here is 
tremendous, and the boys have been wonderful to 
work with." 




But beneath this exterior of well-justified satis- 
faction with his past season's 6-3-0 record. Coach 
Yukica is a very candid and austere figure. He realizes 
that in order to survive in his occupation and avoid the 
hazards that befall many of his counterparts he must 
disregard the old adage: "It's not whether you win 
or lose but how you play the game." Joe Yukica must 
win. 

"My philo.sophy is based on adaptability. Every 
week we try to be ready. But how ready is ready? 
After all its' a highly competitive game, and despite 
the grueling preparation, the only thing that measures 
the season is the won-loss column from nine Saturday 
afternoons." 

But in addition to this "no nonsense" emphasis 
on the importance of victory. Coach Yukica, who now 
lives in Sudbury with his wife and three sons, feels 
that "everything can't be measured in dollars and cents." 
"Football is one of those areas that unifies. It is an 
area where the players come together and develop as 
a unit but, it is also an area that serves as an emotional 



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and social outlet that may someday enhance the mem- 
ories of their college years." 

Of the entire 540 minutes of football that his 
charges have played this past season, Coach Yukica 
cites the Navy game as his greatest moment. "It 
showed the boys what they were capable of, and gave 
them the confidence and self-respect necessary for 
competition." 

"Overall the team was 3rd in the nation in total 
offense, behind Houston and Notre Dame, with an 
average of 462 yards per game. The attack was well 
balanced with about 243 yards running and about 220 
yards passing. We threw a lot more this year, but we 
had to establish a solid running game in order to do 
it. Perhaps our greatest problem was a lack of con- 
sistency. Sometimes we'd move the ball well, and some- 
times not at all. 

"The season was good and the team met my ex- 
pectations. But then I always expected great efforts 
and that's exactly what I received." 

B.C. 49 Navy 15 

B.C. 31 Buffalo 12 

B.C. 28 ViUanova 15 

B.C. 14 Tulane 28 

B.C. Penn State 29 

B.C. 25 Army 58 

B.C. 45 V.M.I 13 

B.C. 21 U. Mass 6 

B.C. 40 Holy Cross 20 




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Cross Country 

It means an eight to ten mile practice every 
afternoon, perhaps a little jog across Route 9 to 
Holden Arboretum and three bust-out sprints up 
a hill that seems to rise and rise. Then a four 
mile circumnavigation of the park through trees 
and plants with fancy Latin names, and a warm- 
down by jogging back to B.C. The next day is 
reserved for speed workouts — ten or twelve quarter 
miles at close to full speed, followed by a five 
mile jaunt around the worn and beer can-studded 
dirt path of the Res. All this pointed toward the 
race itself. 

There is a gnawing flutter in the belly, a tight- 
ening tension in the leg muscles, a time-bomb 
thumping in the chest. Bang! No more time to 
look out over the green rolling Franklin Park course 
as you thread your way in the pack of 25 up the 
first hill. In the woods is where you start thinking. 
Will my legs and wind be strong enough to finish 
today? The glimpse of an opposing runner crossing 
the bridge ahead banishes such suspicions to the 
back of your mind. You come around a turn after 
more than tv,'0 miles of pounding and the finish 
line appears, but this is just the first lap and you 
cruise through and start running the course in re- 
verse. Cars may pass and honk, or high school girls 
may catch sight of the uniform and yell, "Go B.C." 
But the cross country runner is all alone; lonely 
and straining to overtake someone. Racing more 
against yourself than your opponents: to prove 
something, ability or just guts. The last quarter 
mile is downhill, and you muster all in a mad 
tumble to finish. And sometimes your all is spent 
just as you cross the line, and you collapse in a 
heap of sweatsuits. You've run five miles and you're 
sick and perhaps just a little proud. 

This is what cross country means to B.C.'s 
young, promising team, led by Vin Catano, Jack 
lies (sophomores) and John Kinchla (junior) and 
challenged in each race by Don Ricciato, Paul Bosco, 
Jim Durkin, Ken Sullivan, and Mike Sullivan. 




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It was a rough year for the soccer team. Much 
of the early season enthusiasm dwindled after tough 
defeats in the first few games and without the 
hoped-for momentum the Eagles went on to a 3-9 
record in their second varsity season. Last year's 
graduation had decimated the BC front line and 
the shift of co-captain Roman Martinez to fullback 
from center- forward further weakened the offensive 
attack. Martinez eventually was pressed into double 
duty at fullback and forward and was selected for 
the All-Star team of the Greater Boston League. 
Coach Gyorgy Lang was forced to rely heavily on 
sophomores for offensive strength. It was a young 
team with only five seniors, who were all out with 
injuries at some point during the season: Martinez, 
co-captain and fullback Barry Cahill, halfback Tony 
Garofalo, outside right Steve Angelini and fullback 
Dennis O'Brien. 

The season was a costly one for team morale 
but newly elected captain Stan Wasowski is confi- 
dent that "BCs other eleven" can cash in on this 
year's mistakes and spring back to a winning season 
in '69-10. 




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Mike Roberts, co-captain 



Boston College's wrestlers completed their ninth 
season of intercollegiate competition in 1968-69. Led 
by co-captains Mike Calvey and Mike Roberts, the 
team has compiled a respectable 4-5 season record with 
two matches remaining. 

A succession of injuries to key wrestlers hampered 
the efforts of Coach Jim Maloney's squad through most 
of the season. Juniors Dick Power and Tony Maccarini, 
medalists in the 1968 New England Tournament, con- 
tinued to perform well. 

The '69 team posted several excellent individual 
records; Larry McDade (one loss), along with Mike 
Calvey and Lou Milkowski (two losses each), helped 
make BC a strong contender in New England competi- 
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Wrestling 1968-69: 1st Ron: Dick Power, Liirry McDade, Tony Maccarini, Mike Roberts (co-capt.), Mike Calvey (co-capt.), Marty 
Mclnnis. 2//i/ Roir: Tom Bergfield, Tony Antonucci, Jay Marten, Lou Milkowski, Tom Hopkins, Dave Bergan, Ed Ryan, Bill Moschella. 



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Basketball 



The Coiisy Era. 

I:d Hockenbury moved to pass underneath the 
basket, but laid it up instead. The buzzer sounded. on a 
tie game; the Louisville contest, first round of the '66 
NIT, went into triple overtime before the Eagles won, 
96-90. 

Willie Wolters grasped the ball and aimed. It was 
the second shot of a one-and-one situation, fifteen 
seconds showing on the clock. Roberts Center's over- 
flow was so quiet that 4,000 people could hear Wolters' 
shot swish through the net. For the first time since 
19'i9, BC had beaten Providence: 83-82. 

Billy Evans stole the ball from Lucius Allen of 
I'CLA. He drove the length of the Madison Square 
Garden floor at top speed, and faked Lew Alcindor 
out of position to score on a layup. 

Ray LeGace spun around, and popped a jump' shot 
from the corner. Racing downcourt, he stole a Provi- 
dence pass, and went on to score again. In their closest 
game of '69, the Eagles beat Providence in overtime 
90-84. 




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Jim Downey passes inbounds against Connecticut. 



The Cousy era has been these moments and many 
more over the course of six seasons of winning Boston 
College basketball. The Cousy era has been John Aus- 
tin shooting from outside, Willie Wolters clearing a 
rebound, Terry DriscoU scoring from underneath, Billy 
Evans moving the ball downcourt. 

It has meant, for Boston College, a proud basketball 
record and the beginning of a winning tradition. It 
has meant tournaments, great ballplayers, vocal fans, 
national rankings, but most of all, class. 

Bob Cousy gave Boston College basketball more 
than just fine coaching and a winning record; he gave 
it a measure of the style and class that marked his career 
as Mister Basketball. 




199 




In Cousy's final season, the '68-'69 Eagles had a 
very good year. Led by senior captain Terry Driscoll 
and playmaker Billy Evans, the team played consistently 
good basketball despite a relative lack of height. Six 
players had been lost through graduation from the '67- 
'68 squad; shooter Bob Dukiet was injured and out of 
action before the season's opener. 

But the problems seemed to call forth even better 
play from Driscoll and forwards Frank Fitzgerald, Ray 
LeGace, and Tom Verroneau. The development of 
sophomore Jim O'Brien as an outstanding backcourt 
player complemented the ball-handling talents of Billy 
Evans, himself one of the nation's best guards. 

The first three games, all at home, proved easy. 
LeMoyne, Connecticut, and Harvard succumbed in turn 
to the BC fast break. Terry DriscoU's 26 points in the 
LeMoyne opener began a streak that put him among 
the nation's top twenty scorers. 

Villanova, one of the stronger and better teams in 
the East, invaded Roberts December 13 and gave BC 
their first loss, 78-68. But Billy Evans was injured in 
that game, and his absence over the Christmas season 
spelled trouble. 



Senior Billy Evans (14) drives for two against Harvard 




Sophomore guard Jim O'Brien 



200 





Captain Terry Driscoll drives the baseline to score on HoJy Cross, over 
Crusader Bob Kissane. 



Sophomore forward Frank Fitzs^erald pops a jump shot 
over Holy Cross defenders. 



201 



After making Fairfield an 81-69 victim, the BC 
five met St. John's on a cold night in New York. St. 
John's won going away, S")-?!. In Jacksonville, Florida, 
the Eagles split in the Gator Bowl tournament; they 
upset Georgia, 89-8.T, but were downed by North- 
western 77-68. 

Frank Fitzgerald, sophomore outside shooter, sank 
a last-second jump shot at Philadelphia to down St. 
Joseph's, 76-74. After a rout of U Cal at Irvine, BC 
met Providence in a close, well-played battle. That one 
went into overtime when Billy Evans scored a layup 
at the buzzer; Ray LeGace and the ball-handling 
duo of Evans and O'Brien won it in the extra period, 
^;o-84. 

As the Eagle's hopes rose, a sudden shock came. 
Bob Cousy announced his retirement from college 
coaching. The aroused Eagles mauled Seton Hall (84- 
')6) and Canisius (107-73) before facing Cousy's alma 
mater and recent nemesis. Holy Cross. 

The Crusaders came to Roberts February 1, hoping 
to steal away with the ranking of number one in New 
England. Taller than the Eagles and vaunted as better 
shooters, the Holy Cross five could not penetrate 
a good BC defense or offset the Eagles' backcourt 
advantage. With a slowdown late in the game, BC 
cooled off the Crusaders and retained a 77-69 victory. 





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Captain Terry Driscoll goes up ovtr the whole LeMoyne team for a tap 





Billy Evans ends the fast break with a layup at the Villa- 
nova game. 



Tom Veronneau beats Fordham's Ken Crucius for a rebound. 



203 




Junior forward Tom Veronneau shows Holy Cross how to rebound. 



UMass and Northeastern victories completed EC's 
defense of the mythical state championship. Revenge 
was sweetest on Feb. 8, when Fordham's two-year record 
of beating the Eagles was reversed in a 105-70 trouncing 
by the Eagles. Terry Driscoll set a rebounding record 
in that one and added 26 points to the highest score 
ever made against the Rams. 

In one of the closest games of the season, sopho- 
more Jim O'Brien came up with some clutch foul shoot- 
ing in the last 15 seconds of regulation play to insure 
a 67-63 victory over Penn State as the Eagles squeaked 
by a fired up Nittany Lion five. 

A publishing deadline permits only the inclusion 
of the scores from the final five games. The NIT's will 
be covered in detail in the supplement. For now let it 
suffice to say: 

The Cousy Era. 



204 







Captain Terry Driscoll, 2nd leading rebounder in BC history, gathers an- 
other against Harvard. 



Ray LeGace hooks a shot vs. UConn, en route to a 
105-7=; BC victory. 



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Vin Costello adds to lead in 105-70 BC trouncing of Fordham. LeGace vs. LeMoyne: two points. 



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Opponents 


86 


LeMoyne 


105 


Connecticut 


91 


Harvard 


68 


ViUanova 


81 


Fairfield 


71 


St. John's 


89 


Georgia 


68 


Northwestern 


76 


St. Joseph's 


95 


U. Cal.-Irvine 


90 


Providence 


84 


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B.C. 


Opponents 


66 


107 


Canisius 


75 


80 


Northeastern 


77 


77 


Holy Cross 


78 


78 


U. Mass. 


69 


105 


Fordham 


85 


70 


Rhode Island 


83 


67 


Perm. State 


77 


72 


Georgetown 


74 


99 


Detroit 


79 


110 


Boston Univ. 


84 (OT) 


80 


Holy Cross 


56 


93 


Duquesne 


WON 


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21 


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69 

69 

67 

70 

62 

63 

66 (OT) 

72 

80 

74 

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"My emotional make-up is very intense. But then 
you must attack coaching emotionally. In playing there 
was an outlet, but in coaching there wasn't. Believe me, 
I envy the unemotional guys. I also feel that the con- 
stant strain could have an effect someday. But I'm not 
going to get that way, I love good food too much." 

Bob Cousy, a native of New York's East Side, 
never played basketball until he moved to Long Island. 
In high school he did not make the team his first time 
around and his varsity career lasted only II/2 seasons. 
He could not play the first half of his junior year be- 
cause he flunked Good Citizenship, in home room. 
"The classes were crowded and you had to share a 
desk with someone else. It was pretty hard not to talk to 
the guy who was sitting on your lap." 

"When Senior year came, I was deluged with of- 
fers . . . from two schools, B.C. and Holy Cross. I went 
to Holy Cross because at that time B.C. didn't have 
dormitories." 

Next came an illustrious and all too well known 
career with the Boston Celtics during which Bob Cou.sy, 
under the tutelage of "Red" Auerbach, became a driv- 
ing force on the greatest team ever to play professional 
sports. 

Then, after over a decade of competition, Bob 
Cousy decided to enter another phase of the game. 

"Actually I never gave coaching a thought until 
my last year or two in the NBA, and then I realized 
that I wanted to continue to be associated with basket- 
ball. When I came to B.C. I had no definite plans be- 
cause I had no prior coaching experience. I looked at it 
primarily as an avocation because financially I'm well 
off. I chose B.C. because, among other things, the 
locale was good." 





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Bob Cousy received more satisfaction from coach- 
ing than from playing. "In playing you had confidence 
in yourself, and you knew what you could do. In coach- 
ing you could only go so far and then leave tangible 
results up to someone else, hoping that your own work 
paid off." 



"I've enjoyed working with the kids at B.C., they 
were good. But now the job's done and I feel that's 
been good, too. I've been fortunate and had a great 
deal of satisfaction. Of my six years I find it difficult 
to single out any one game as overly significant, but 
perhaps I could call the Georgetown game in my first 
year the most meaningful. The season had not been 
too good up until then, and somehow our upset victory 
made everything worthwhile." 

"There is no such thing as a lUopian situation, 
but I'm glad to be leaving B.C. on a good note. I 
think I'll remember the little things the most. I can't 
really attach loyalty to a set of buildings. Only to the 
people who are concerned with them. I will remember 
the support from the Courtside Club. At times it seemed 
that it was only the students who cheered the team on." 

"I enjoy close friends, and small gatherings. Of 
course, I've enjoyed my accomplishments, but I abhor 
the limelight. For instance, in my six years, . . . there's 
been a lot of fabrication. Why ... I was supposed 
to go with the Knicks and I never had any contacts 
with them. There are a lot of demands. If you learn 
to divorce yourself from society, you're just fine. After 
a while you learn to ignore what the masses think, and 
just care about your friends." 

"I may go to Europe later on. I'd really like to 
walk their streets and do some shopping. You know 
I haven't done any real shopping in about t\\'enty years. 
I would like to live a normal life. Maybe someday when 
I'm in a rocking chair, I'll be unhappy when they stop 
fussing, but of the two extremes, I'd rather have the 
latter." 




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Stop action: Junior Tim Sheehy scores first BC goal of season. 



Hockey 



An air of "cautious optimism" pervaded McHugh 
Forum on the eve of the 1968-1969 B.C. hockey season. 
Only four lettermen had been lost from the previous 
year's squad which had carried the B.C. banner all the 
way to the NCAA finals in Duluth, Minnesota. With 
fifteen lettermen returning to the Heights for Coach 
John "Snooks" Kelley's 33rd season, Eagle fans could 
hardly think in terms of a building year. Led by Junior 
Tim Sheehy, five of B.C.'s top six scorers returned to 
the ice as well as Paul "The Shot" Hurley and 
George McPhee. 

Why, then, with such a star-studded sextet, was 
this optimism cautious? Coach Kelley summed it up 
early in the season when he said "The key to Eastern 
college hockey this year is balance." 

The Eagles showed their strength early, sweeping 
the first six games of their schedule. Tim Sheehy's "hat 
trick" paved the way to a 5-2 win over Yale in the 
home opener. At Princeton and at Brown, the Eagles 
again prevailed 3-2 and 4-1. 




210 




Senior Jim Prevett (4) drives for goal against Yale 




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Players voice approval as "1-2 win takes shape. 



211 





212 







B.C.'s opponents looked like pushovers in the early 
season as they fell before the high-flying Eagle six. 
However, Cornell, last year's top dog, had lost only 
a few players; Harvard's sophomores were living up to 
expectations, while Clarkson, B.U., and New Hamp- 
shire were showing considerable improvement. "Cau- 
tion" seemed a rather necessary qualification. 

But as the competition improved, so did the 
Eagles. Fred Willis and Charlie Toczylowski each potted 
a pair of goals as B.C. trounced highly regarded Clark- 
son, 7-2. Then at Harvard's "Watson Rink, the Eagles 
tied the score in the final minute of regulation play 
and went on to win in overtime 6-5. Paul Schilling 
and Steve Cedorchuk each netted two, with "SchiU" 
getting the big one. 

After beating Princeton 6-3 in the Boston Garden 
Christmas Tourney opener, the Eagles tasted defeat 
by the same score at the hands of powerful Cornell. 
"Snooks" Kelley's boys proved tough for 2 periods, 
but fell short in the third, as goalie Ken "Spider" Dry- 
den proved impassible when it counted most. 



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Returning to McHugh, the Eagles whipped McGiU 
8-1 and Colorado 7-4 before heading for Montreal's 
Centennial Tournament. Up on St. Catherine Street, 
B.C. played under unfamiliar Canadian rules that 
proved to be no significant handicap. McGili fell 9-3 
before the Eagles bowed out, 7-4, to unbeaten Loyola. 

Back in the States, the Eagles blitzed Dartmouth, 
10-2, but then came up on the short end of a tilt with 
B.U. The Terriers won 10-5 in a surprisingly strong 
effort, pouring 38 shots at the Eagle cage. 

After exams, Colgate gave a good tussle on their 
home ice before bowing 3-2 in overtime. Tim Sheehy 
steered a Steve Codorchuk drive into the net for the 
winner. 




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Then Cornell brought the Eagles down to earth 
with a hard earned 4-3 victory. Behind three goals in 
the third period, the Eagles refused to quit as Fred 
Willis and Charlie Toczylowski tallied. But once 
again Ken Dryden came up with the big saves, par- 
ticularly shutting off a Sheehy breakaway in the clos- 
ing momnets, to keep the Big Red just out of reach. 

After routing Northeastern 10-2 at McHugh, the 
Eagles dropped the first round of the Beanpot, 4-2, 
as B.U. continued its domination over B.C. It was a 
hard-fought game, not decided until the final minute 
when the Terriers found an empty net to ice the 
game. 

Then, through the final stretch of the season, the 
men from the Heights settled down and began their 
serious, final bid for ECAC playoff position. Sheehy's 
two goals keyed a 4-3 win over St. Lawrence. North- 
eastern fell again 6-3 in the Beanpot consolation. The 
second of Paul Hurley's goals, coming at 19:57 of the 
third period, proved to be the clincher over a surpris- 
ingly tough New Hampshire team, 3-2. 

Cautious optimism gave way to qualified success. 
Eagle hockey continued to be a focal point in the 
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B.C. 


Opponents 


5 


Yale 


3 


Princeton 


4 


Brown 


7 


Clarkson 


6 


Harvard 


6 


Princeton 


3 


Cornell 


8 


McGill 


7 


Colorado 


9 


McGill 


4 


Loyola 


10 


Dartmouth 


5 


Boston Univ. 







B.C. 


Opponents 




2 




3 


Colgate 


2 


2 




3 


Cornell 


4 


1 




10 


Northeastern 


2 


2 




2 


Boston Univ. 


4 


5 (OT) 




4 


St. Lawrence 


3 


3 




6 


Northeastern 


3 


6 




3 


New Hampshire 


2 


1 




7 


Providence 


4 


4 




5 


R.P.L 


8 


3 




5 


Army 


3 


7 




7 


Boston Univ. 


3 


2 




10 


Providence 


1 


10 










WON 


LOST 








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"Coaching to me is only an avocation. My real 
field, after all is education." But for 33 years one man's 
avocation has led B.C. hockey teams to over 450 vic- 
tories, eight New England championships, seven Eastern 
Championships, nine invitations to the NCAA cham- 
pionships and one NCAA title. 

John "Snooks" Kelley, the man who can rightly 
be called the Dean of College hockey, was graduated 
from B.C. in 1928, at the age of 19. He was born in 
Cambridge "under the shadow of Harvard University," 
and has participated in "anything that involves human- 
ity, especially youth." At the present time he teaches 
Social Studies at Cambridge Latin where he has been 
since 1942. 

"The thing many people don't realize is that B.C. 
had a hockey team before the depression, and it was 
tops long before I came. I only took the job to see if I 
could resurrect something that once was great before 
the Crash. I played in '28 and I hated to see it pass 
out of existence due to economic conditions." 

"Hockey came back with a bang in the '40s when 
B.C. reigned supreme. 'We went to the NCAA from 
'48-'30, the first three years of the tournament. We 
won it the second year with a team composed entirely 
of American players. The odds of that being done today 
are a million to one. We reached the pinnacle then, 
and I was satisfied. But the boys pressured me to stay 
on and I did. Now each year brings new boys and new 
challenges." 



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"Rut times have changed since then. Many of the 
old-timers couldn't compete today. The game is just too 
fast. There were good skaters in those days, but not 
as many as there are today." 

"My most satisfying moment came in 1949 when 
in a little rink in Colorado Springs, B.C. celebrated its 
first NCAA hockey championship. It was won by a 
handful of kids who only practiced 3 hours a week. 
But it wasn't so much the victory; you see there was 
no immediate whooping or shouting. One of the boys 
took time out to say, 'I think we ought to say a prayer 
of thanks.' You'll never know how great I felt to realize 
that their values were straight." 

Coach Kelley has a definite philosophy about col- 
lege hockey. "I wish to develop American boys in the 
game of hockey, and see them get a fine education at 
the same time. I'm not against Canadian boys, but 
I resent recruiting them for the sole purpose of win- 
ning. I dislike professionalism within the college ranks." 

B.C. is perhaps one of the most spirited hockey 
schools in the country and is unique in that several gen- 
erations will attend a game to watch "Snooks" Kelley 
and company. "The spirit is just tremendous. Their 
philosophy is that we can do no wrong, and if we lose 
they always have an excuse, be it exam time, the flu 
or Canadians. It's really a family deal." 




221 



Trainers/ 

Managers 




An athlete spends a few hours during his season 
in the color and excitement of intercollegiate compe- 
tition. He is drilled, tested, coached, outfitted, and 
trained for one end: to win athletic contests. 

The athlete must, however, spend many more 
hours in the tedium and occasional pain of practice, 
without a screaming crowd or a scoreboard to attest 
to the results. 

Behind the scenes at Boston College, players have 
the assistance and guidance of Jim Cronin, Fritz Mass- 
man, and Jack Tighe to make practice more meaningful 
and competition more rewarding. These valuable, self- 
effacing men, perform a service to BC athletes which 
makes them an integral and vital part of the athletic 
program. 

Jim Cronin has a little bit of everything, in sizes 
to fit everyone, stashed away in small quarters at Rob- 
erts Center's varsity locker room. The supply may 
never be enough — especially with football, track, bas- 
ketball, wrestling, soccer, skiing, and tennis competing 
for equipment — but the service is always good. 

Advice is always in stock. Jim Cronin specializes 
in everything from encouragement to chastisement, pro- 
viding sermons as they are needed. Cronin's stocks have 
all sorts of pads, cleats, sneakers, jerseys, and every 
ball imaginable; but more than equipment, his empo- 
rium dispenses spirit. 

Jim Cronin, now in his late 60's, retired from 
business six years ago and has been working at BC 
ever since. His boys have gone out of Roberts well- 
dressed and well-equipped, but most important, ready 
to play. The details of traveling to New Orleans, 
Annapolis, New York, and points west are his respon- 
sibility with the aid of a staff of student athletic man- 
agers. 



Jim Cronin 



222 



All manner of things medical, from Ace bandage 
to Zino-pad, are the province of BC Trainer Fritz 
Massman. Fritz is a specialist in a general way: he 
specializes in curing everything from hangnails to de- 
pression when such afflictions strike B.C.'s athletes. 

Fritz maintains a stoic, humorous attitude toward 
the failings and foibles of the athletic psyche. A cast, 
a bandage or a heat treatment is dispensed with a side 
order of humor. Fritz operates the athletes' sanctuary, 
the training table from which healthy bodies are sent 
out to the contest and to which injuries, sprains, and 
pains are returned. 

Aided and abetted by a flock of mischievous mon- 
sters, the Massman boys, Fritz adds a touch of levity 
with purpose to his daily routine of practice. His skill 
at his healing art, all levity aside, is a professionalism 
of the first rate. 

A good coach can teach a player to perform better; 
it has been only through Fritz's skills however, that 
some of Boston College's players have been able to 
perform at all. A broken bone here or there, a ham- 
string, a sprain or strain — all can be healed with Fritz's 
concerned supervision. 





Jack Tighc 



Fritz Massman 

Jack Tighe's base of operations is McHugh 
Forum, the home in successive seasons of BC's 
hockey and baseball teams. Jack outfits the hockey 
Eagles all through the course of a long season, 
stretching from October through March, and then 
shifts to baseball for its spring season. 

In recent years, Jack's had the pleasant problem 
of equipping both teams for travel to NCAA tourna- 
ments. His attitude with champions is the attitude 
he takes toward all athletes, a blend of cynicism and 
warmth that sparks a humorous rapport between him- 
self and the players. 

Jack Tighe's measure of an athlete is his conduct 
on and off the field; the best athlete, if he proves too 
much of a showboat, can't earn Jack's respect. Hard 
work and character are still valuable in the Tighe 
estimate of quality. 

All three men are valuable to BC athletics; each 
of the three adds to the success of the Eagles on field, 
on court, and on ice. Each gives himself to the Boston 
College athlete, in a role of service but a relationship 
of respect. Each man, then, has earned Bostpn College's 
thanks. 



223 



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EDWARD J. AHEARN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 



PAULA M. ALDONIS 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 



MARILYN J. ALEX 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



WILLIAM E. ALISKI 
Business Administration 
B.S. Economics 



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Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



PETER J, ALOISI 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



GERARD J. ALONZO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



JOHN L. AMATO 

School of Education 
A.B. History 




FREDERICK AMBROGENE 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



JOHN AMERO, JR. 
School of Education 
A.B. Speech — English 



FRANCIS AMOROSI 

School of Education 
A.B. Russian 



MARIE I. ANASTASIA 
School of Education 
A.B. English 



226 




GARY S. ANDRACHIK 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 




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JOHN R. ANDROSKI 

School of Education 
A.B. Speech Educ. 



STEPHEN J. ANGELINI 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



WILLIAM L. ANISZEWSKI 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 



IRENE ANNESE 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 



227 




LIONEL ANTHONY 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



FRANK A. ARRICALE 
School of Education 
A.B. History 




TONY ANTONUCCI 
Business Administration 
B,S. Finance 



FRANK J. ANZALOTTI 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




DENNIS F. ATWOOD 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



CHARLES AUTH 

Business Administration 
B.S. Production Mgt. 







LINDA ARONE 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




NANCY L. BABIN 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




STEPHEN C. BACKUS 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



LOUIS M. BADWEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



THOMAS F. BAILEY, JR. 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



BRIAN D. BALDWIN 

Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



228 




LAWRENCE BALER 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



SHERMAN H. BALL 
Evening College 
B.S. General Business 



GREGORY P. BARBER 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



KAREN A. BARBONE 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




JOHN R. BARRETT 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



DONALD J. BARRY, JR 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



229 





EDWARD H. BARRY 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



GERALDINE J. BARRY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 




MICHAEL J. BARRY 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



ROBERT T. BARRY 

Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 




STANLEY BARTOSIAK 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Russian 



TIMOTHY J. BARZEN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Economics 



230 





ROBERT A. BASTILLE 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Geology 



RONALD BEATTIE 
Business Administration 
B.S. Economics 



JANICE M. BASILE 
School of Education 
A.B. English 



RAYMOND BASTARACHE 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 




SUSAN BEDNARZYK 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 



MARY M. BEECHER 
Graduate Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



EMMETT BEAUCHAMP 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Philosophy 



FREDERICK BECHARD 

School of Education 
A.B. Political Science 




JANE BELLIVEAU 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Ed. 



JAMES BELTER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



MICHAEL K. BELFORD 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



STEVEN BELL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



231 




DAVID C. BENNETT 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



THOMAS F. BENNETT 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 




RICHARD BENSON 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



ANN MARIE BERGERON 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 




HELEN M. BERLANDI 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 



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ROBERT S. BERRILLO 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



GEORGE H. BERRY, JR. 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



PATRICIA BERRY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




JEANNE A. BERTRAND 
Evening College 
A.B. Social Science 



SHEILA BERUBE 
School of Education 
A.B. Speech — English 



PATRICIA BESS 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



DAVID E. BILL 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



232 




MICHAEL JAMES BILLE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



PAUL F. BILLE 
Business Admin. 
B.S. Production 



DANA BISBEE 
School of Education 
A.B. English 



VINCENT J. BITEL, JR. 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




DEBORAH BIXBY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 




EILEEN M. BLAISDELL 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




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GEORGE L. BOCCIA 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



GEOFFREY T. BOISI 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



RICHARD J. BONANNO 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Chemistry 



ALBERT D. BONFIGLIO 

Business Administration 
B.S. Economics 




HUGH J. BONNER 


LOIS BOROWIEC 


JAMES J. BORRELLI 


DANIEL BOUDREAU 


Arts and Sciences 


School of Education 


Arts and Sciences 


Arts and Sciences 


B.S. Biology 


A.B. Mathematics 


A.B. English 


A.B. History 



234 




WALTER G. BOUDREAU, JR. PAUL D. BOURKE 
Business Administration Arts and Sciences 

B.S. Marketing A.B. Political Science 



EDWARD F. BOULAY 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



ALFRED W. BOWMAN, JR. 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



PAUL BOWSER 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



ROBERT C. BOUTWELL 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 





JAMES M. BRADLEY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



SUSAN BRADLEY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



ROBERT BOYLE 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




TERRENCE P. BOYLE 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



JOHN S. BRAINERD 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. French 



KEVIN J. BRADY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



235 





ANN BRANSFIELD 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 




JOHN J. BRESLIN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 





GEORGE E. BREEN, JR. 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



PAUL E. BREEN 
Evening College 
B.S. Accounting 




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PAUL E. BRINDAMOUR 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Classics 



CHARLES F. BRINE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



PAUL F. BRANCA 
Business Administration 
B S Accounting 




DAVID C. BRESLIN 

Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 




WILLIAM K. BRINKERT 

Business Administration 
B.S. Economics 



236 




CHARLES F. BROGGI 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



WILLIAM F. BROUILLARD 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



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EDWARD A. BROWN, JR. 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mod. Languages 



JOHN M. BRUNNER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 





ROBERT J. BUCHHOLZ, JR. 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



JOHN F. BUCKLEY 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



SUSAN A. BUDASSI 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



ROBERT BUDIC 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Physics 



237 





ROBERT J. BUEHLER 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



PAUL R. BURKE 
Evening College 
B.S. General Business 



ROBERT E. BURKE 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 





WILLIAM M. BURKE 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 




DONALD H. BURKHART 

Evening College 
B.S. General Business 



DAVID W. BURSEY 
School of Education 
A.B. Latin 



THOMAS A. BUSCH 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 



HUGH M. BYRNE 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Physics 



238 




JAMES L. CADIGAN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



JOHN L. CADOGAN 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. History 



JAMES B. CAHALANE 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



BARRY R. CAHILL 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




ROBERT E. CALIARESE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



.4NTHONY C. CALIRI 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



BARBARA J. CALT 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 



WILLIAM H. CAMDEN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




VINCENT J. CAMPABOSSO CATHLEEN M. CANNING DOROTHY R. CANTWELL RICHARD J. CANTY 
Busmess Administration School of Education Evening College Business Administration 

B.S. Production A.B. Elementary Ed. A.B. English B.S. Accounting 



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PETER CAPOBIANCO 

Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



JAMES J. CAPONE 
School of Education 
A.B. Spanish 



DENNIS G. CAREY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



JOANN CARMODY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 




DOUGLAS M. CARNIVAL NANCY CARON 

Business Administration School of Education 

B.S. Prod. Mgt. A.B. Mathematics 




JOANNE L. CAPUANO 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 




GAIL CARNEGIE 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




ROSEMARY CARRIGAN 

School of Education 
A.B. English 



VINCENT CAPUTO 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




WILLIAM J. CARNEY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 




ANTONINETTE CARROLL 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Ed. 



240 




GERALD J. CARROLL 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



RICHARD B. CARROLL 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




STEPHEN W. CARTER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 



JOHN M. CARROLL 

Arts and Sciences 
A. B. History 







PAUL B. CARTER 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 





JAMES J. CASEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



JOHN JOSEPH CASEY JR. 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



WILLIAM J. CASHMAN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



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JOSEPH A. CASTELLANA 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



EVELYN CATALDI 
School of Education 
A.B. Speech 



JOHN B. CAVANAGH JR. 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



PAUL F. CAVANAGH 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 




STEPHEN M. CEDORCHUK 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 




JOSEPH M. CERASO 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Chemistry 




244 




JOHN W. CHALPIN 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



CHARLES E. CHASE 
Evening College 
B.S. Accounting 



ROSEMARY CERONE 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



KATHLEEN CHABOT 

School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 






SALLY CIANCIOLO 

School of Education 
A.B. English 



JAMES F. CIRILLO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




ROBERT G. CHERON 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



DONNA M. CHIACHIA 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 




MICHAEL J. CLARKE 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




PHILIP E. CLEARY 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Classics 



KEVIN F. CLANCY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Philosophy 



JOHN M. CLARKE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Classics 



245 




FRED J. CLOSE JR. 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




MYRNA COHEN 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




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DANIEL R. COAKLEY 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



PETER A. COAKLEY 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



JANET E. CODERRE 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




ROBERT L. COLEMAN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



PATRICIA COLGAN 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



CLAIRE M. COLLINS 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 




HERBERT L. COLLINS JR. 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



MARGARETTE M. COLORIO RICHARD W. COMANDICH ELOISE M. COMO 
Evening College Arts and Sciences School of Education 

A.B. Social Science A.B. History A.B. Mathematics 



246 




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THOMAS F. CONHEENY III MARY C. CONNELLY 

Business Administration School of Nursing 

B.S. Accounting B.S. Nursing 



THOMAS J. CONNELLY ALICE CONNOLLY 

Arts and Sciences School of Education 

A.B. English A.B. Elementary Education 






CLAIRE A. CONNOLLY 


JAMES M. CONNOLLY 


JAMES S. CONNER JR. 


GARY R. CONNOR 


School of Nursing 


Business Administration 


Arts and Sciences 


Arts and Sciences 


B.S. Nursing 


B.S. Economics 


A.B. English 


A.B. History 




247 




WILLIAM J. CONNOR 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



JAMES J. CONNORS 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



KEVIN CONNORS 
School of Education 
A.B. History 



NANCY CONRON 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




CAROL CONSULA 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



MARY P. CONWAY 
School of Education 
A.B. English 



RICHARD J. CONWAY 

Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



STEPHEN T. CONWAY 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




TIMOTHY COOGAN 
School of Education 
A.B. Political Science 



JOHN A. COOKSON 
Arts and Sciences- 
A.B. History 



RICHARD B. COOLEN 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Chemistry 



JOHN H. CORCORAN 

Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



248 




KENNETH P. CORDEIRO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



JOSEPH C. CORKERY 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



JAMES H. CORLISS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



JOHN P. COSGRIFF 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




THOMAS J COSGROVE 

E\tning College 
A B Social Science 




MARCELLA ANN COSS 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




249 



PAUL A. COSTELLO JR. 

Business Administration 
B.S. Production 





PETER L. COUGHLIN 

Evening College 
A.B. General Business 




ROBERT M. COVE 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Philosophy 



WALTER P. COVELLO 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 






J. DOUGLAS COX 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



SANDRA K. COX 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education. 



JOHN E. COYNE JR. 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



JOHN E. COYNE 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production Management 



250 




JOHN T. CRABB 
School of Education 
A.B. Classics 



MARK S. CRAM 

Evening College 
B.S. Accounting 



ROBERT K. CREECH 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



JAMES E. CRONIN 

Arts and Sciences 

A.B. Political Science, Philosophy 




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KATHLEEN CRONIN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



ROBERT E. CRONIN 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



WILLIAM CROWELL 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



JAMES P. CROWLEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




WILLIAM CROWLEY 


JAMES W. CUMMINS 


KEVIN F. CUNNALLY 


EDWARD A. CUNNINGHAM 


Business Administration 


Arts and Sciences 


Arts and Sciences 


Arts and Sciences 


B.S. Accounting 


B.S. Biology 


A.B. Classics 


A.B. History 



251 




JAMES S. CURRAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



MARY ELLEN B. CURRAN 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 



JOSEPH F. CUNNINGHAM PHILIP J. CUNNINGHAM 
Business Administration Arts and Sciences 

B.S. Accounting A.B. Mathematics 




JOHN A. CURTIN JR. 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 



DENNIS R. CYR 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



KEVIN P. CURRY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



MARY E. CURRY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 





EDWARD J. DALY 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



ELAINE P. DALY 
School of Education 
A.B. English 



FRED G. DA COSTA 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



MAUREEN P. DALTON 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



252 




LAWRENCE J. DALY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




PATRICK J. DALY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 










SUSAN D. DALY 


HAROLD DAMELIN 


LAWRENCE DANIELS 


LEE G. DANTE 


School of Education 


Business Administration 


Business Administration 


Arts and Sciences 


A.B. Special Education 


B.S. Accounting 


B.S. Marketing 


B.S. Biology 



253 




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ANDREA G. DANTZLER 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



DAVID D'ATRI 

Arts and Sciences 

B.S. Biology, A.B. Sociology 



JEAN A. DAVIDSON 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



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JEFFERY W. DAVIS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




KATHLEEN A. DAWSON 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



EVA M. DeBERNARDO 

School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



MARY A. De COSTER 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



JOSEPH J. DEE 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 




GARY A. De FILIPPIS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




RONALD J. De FILIPPO 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Geology 



WILLIAM G. DeFRANZO 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 



RAFAEL M. deGUZMAN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



254 




WILLIAM J. DelGUERCIO 

Business Administration 
B.S. Management 



ANDREA J. DEMBROWSKY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



RICHARD A. DeMELLO 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



MICHAEL S. DEMKO 

Business Administration 
B.S. Production Management 



255 





DANIEL J. DENIHAN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



PETER V. DeNUNZIO 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 





FRANCES M. De RUBEIS 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



JOHN J. DESMOND 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 





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RAYMOND H. DESMONP ARTHUR J. DEWEY 

Business Administration Arts and Sciences 

B.S. Finance A.B. Philosophy 



256 




ANNE M. DIFILIPPO 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 




R. TERRENCE DILLON 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 






JOSEPH W. Di PALMA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 






CHARLES J. Di PERNA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



JOSEPH Di PIETRO 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




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MIKE DiMEO 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




ALBERT A. Di SABATINO 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Physics 




CHARLES J. DOHERTY JR. 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



JEAN M. DOHERTY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



LAURA A. DISKAVICH 

Graduate School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



HOWARD J. DIWINSKY 
Evening College 
A.B. English 



257 




PATRICIA DONAHUE 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



FRANCES M. DONLAN 
School of Education 
A.B. English 



ROBERT J. DOLAN 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



ROBERT P. DOLAN 
School of Education 
A.B. Speech 



258 





EDWARD T. DONOHUE 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



BARBARA A. DONOVAN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



FRANCIS M. DONOVAN 
School of Education 
A.B. History 



TIM J. DORSEY JR. 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



BRIAN DONOVAN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 




STEPHEN A. DOXSEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




DOLORES D. DOYLE 

Graduate Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



GEORGE J. DOYLE 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



SUSAN A. DRANE 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



DOUGLAS S. DRESSER 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



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EDWARD C. DRISCOLL 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



JAMES S. DRISCOLL 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 



MARY E. DRISCOLL 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



STEPHEN E. DRISCOLL 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




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WILLIAM H. DROHAN 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



JUDITH A. DUGAN 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



JEANNINE T. DUMONT 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



GERALD F. DUNN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 




RENE A. DURAND JR. MARY V. DURHAM 

Arts and Sciences School of Education 

A.B. Mod. Lang., Philosophy A.B. Elementary Education 



BRIAN T. DWAN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



JOHN F. DWYER 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



262 




CHARLES EBERSOLE 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 




JANE M. EGAN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



JOHN M. EGAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



JOSEPH F. EGAN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



RICHARD J. EGAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



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JAMES T. EISERT 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



WILLIAM T. END 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



JUSTIN ERINGIS 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 



DENNIS H. ESPOSITO 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 




JOHN P. ESPOSITO 
Business Administration 
B.S. Management 




WILLIAM EVANS 
Business Administration 
B.S. Management 




264 




CARLTON E. FAIRBANKS 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



DONALD A. FALK 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



MARY E. EVERETT 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



DENNIS M. FACKELMAN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 




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ROMEO FARESE 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 



FRANCES FARRELL 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



PAUL FALLON 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



THEODORE A. FARACI 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




JOHN P. FEELEY 

Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



DIANE M. FEENEY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



JOHN P. FARRICY 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



TERRANCE L. FAY 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



265 




RONALD E. FIGUEIREDO DIANE MARIE FINDLEN 

Business Administration School of Nursing 

B.S. Finance B.S. Nursing 



JOHN A. FELT JR. 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



JOHN L. FERRARO 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 




PATRICIA FINNERTY 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



JOHN J. FINIGAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 







PATRICIA A. FINN 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 





FRANCIS S. FISH 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



WILLIAM J. FISHER 
Business Administration 
B.S. Economics 



WILLIAM F. FINUCANE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



GERALD A. FIORE 
Business Administration 
B.S. Economics 



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DANIEL T. FITZGERALD 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



DAVID M. FITZGERALD 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



WILLIAM F. FITZGERALD WILLIAM FITZGERALD JR. 
Evening College Business Administration 

B.S. General Business B.S. Marketing 





CHARLES F. FLAHERTY 

Evening College 
A.B. History 



JOHN M. FLAHERTY 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Physics 




FRANCIS J. FLEMING 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



FRANCIS M. FLEMING 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



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LAWRENCE F. FLEMING 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 




THOMAS G. FLETCHER 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 





J. MICHAEL FLYNN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



PATRICIA A. FLYNN 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



ROBERT E. FLYNN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



ELLEN V. FOLEY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



268 




JAMES J. FOLEY 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



ANN MARIE FORD 
School of Education 
A.B. Biology 




RACHEL D. FREDETTE 

School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



STEPHEN H. FOX 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



CHERYL-ANN FUCCILLO 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



BERNARD P. FRANCESKI 

Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 




PAUL FULCHINO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



GEORGE H. GAGNON JR. 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



MICHAEL GALLAGHER 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



KENNETH G. FULGIONE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




ROBERT P. GALLAGHER JOHN D. GALLIGAN 

School of Education Arts and Sciences 

A.B. English A.B. Economics 



269 




ROBERT D. GALLIVAN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



BARRY C. GALLUP 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



ROBERT A. GAMBOL 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



JAMES F. GALE 
Evening College 
A.B. History 



EDWARD GANDOLFO 

School of Education 
A.B. English 



PATRICIA E. GALVIN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




MICHAEL J. GARGAN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



DAVID A. GANGI 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



ANTHONY J. GAROFALO 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



MARY L. GARDNER 

School of Education 
A.B. History 




MARTIN D. GAVIN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



ALFRED J. CEILING III 

Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



270 




JOHN P. GERMAN 
School of Education 
A.B. French, Spanish 



JUDITH A. GERRITSON 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



ROBERT J. GENATT 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Qiemistry 



TERRENCE GEOGHEGAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




EDWARD J. GESWELL 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 





ARMAND M. GIARRUSSO 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



MARY E. GIBBONS 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



271 




JOHN F. GIBBS 
Evening College 
A.B. Accounting 



MICHAEL GILLIS 

Business Administration 
B.S. Economics 




KATHLEEN GILLIGAN 
School of Education 
A.B. History 



ROBERT S. GILLIGAN 

School of Education 
A.B. History 



JAMES E. GILROY 
Business Administration 
B.S. General Business 



PETER GINGRASS 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



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JOHN P. GIUGGIO 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




THOMAS M. GILIGAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




CHRISTIAN 

GIOVANNIELLO 

Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 




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SHAWN GLENN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



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JOHN J. GLYNN THOMAS GLYNN 

Arts and Sciences School of Education 

A.B. Mathematics, Philosophy A.B. History 



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JOSEPHINE GOFFRED 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 




ELTON W. GOGOLIN 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Geology 






JOAQUIN J. GONSALVES 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



MARY LOU GOODYEAR 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



THOMAS GORMAN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



WILLIAM GORMAN JR. 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



273 




GREGORY M. GORMICAN JAMES A. GRACE 
Arts and Sciences Business Administration 

A.B. Economics B.S. Marketing 



JOHN P. GRADY 

School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 



ANDREW M. GRADEWICZ 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 





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Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 




RICHARD GRAFF 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



274 




RICHARD M. GRALLO RITA B. GRAMAZOW 

Arts and Sciences School of Education 

A.B. Mathematics, Philosophy A.B. Elem. Ed., Speech 



MARY E. GRAVELLE 
School of Education 
A.B. English 



DAVID M. GRAY JR. 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




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HENRY A. GRANT 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 



PAUL D. GRAVELINE 

School of Education 
A.B. English 






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ROBERT P. GRAY 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



FRANCIS J. GRAZIANO 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 




GREGORY C. GREEN 


JOHN L. GREENE 


JACK L. GREIDER 


DAVID P. GRISE JR. 


Arts and Sciences 


Business Administration 


Arts and Sciences 


Arts and Sciences 


A.B. Mathematics 


B.S. Production 


B.S. Biology 


B.S. Biology 



275 




FRANK J. GRUETER 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 




DANIEL GUARINO 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



JOANNE M. GURRY 
School of Education 
A.B. Speech, English 



THOMAS CUBA 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



BRUCE G. HABIAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



THOMAS GULLEY 

School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




JOHN K. HAGERTY 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



THOMAS M. HALEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



ANNE L. HALLIGAN 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



JAMES C. HAIGHT 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




LINDA D. HAMILTON 
School of Education 
A.B. Speech, English 



EDWIN J. HANKE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



276 




EDWARD B. HANLEY 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Geology 




KATHLEEN M. HANLEY 
School of Education 
A.B. Latin 






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ROY C. HANNUM JR. 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



CHARLES P. HAPCOOK 

Arts and Sciences 

B.S. Biology, A.B. Philosophy 



RICHARD W. HARMER 
Business Administration 
B.S. Economics 



ANNELLE HARMON 
School of Education 
A.B. Spanish 



277 




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JOSEPH HARNEY 

Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



JOHN £. HART 
School of Education 
A.B. Classics 



JOANNE HARRINGTON 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



VINCENT HARRINGTON JR. 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



JAMES H. HARRINGTON 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 





PAUL A. HEDSTROM 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



GEORGE I. HEFFERNAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



MARTHA HAZLETT 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 





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WILLIAM F. HEFFERNAN STEPHEN HELWICK 

Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences 

A.B. Mathematics B.S. Physics 




JOHN T. HENDERSON 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



JOHN M. HENNEBERRY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



280 




DAVID L. HENNESSEY JR. ROSEMARY HENNESSEY 
Arts and Sciences School of Nursing 

A.B. Economics B.S. Nursing 



LINDA MARY HENRY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



STEPHEN J. HENSEL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




THOMAS H. HEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



281 




ANN ELIZABETH HICKIE WILLIAM T. HILL 

School of Nursing Arts and Sciences 

B.S. Nursing A.B. Political Science 



LINDA J. HOARD 
School of Education 
A.B. English 



GARY H. HOFFMAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 





ROBERT HOGAN 

School of Education 
A.B. English 




GARY H. HOLCOMB 

Arts and Sciences 

A.B. Sociology, Economics 



282 




JOHN B. HOPKINS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



STEPHEN J. HOLLAND JR. PETER A. HOLLIS 
Evening College Business Administration 

A.B. Business B.S. Production 





ROBERT G. HORAN 

Business Administration 
B.S. Economics 



KERRY A. HORMAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



MAUREEN L. HOWARD 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



LEO F. HUGHES 

Business Administration 
B.S. Production 




GREGORY HOUDLETTE 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



THOMAS D. HORVATH 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 





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RICHARD K. HUGHES 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



THOMAS HUGHES 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



283 




WILLIAM F. HUGHES 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



THOMAS E. HUMPHREY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



ROBERT J. HUNTER 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



JUDITH M. HURLEY 

Evening College 
A.B. Social Science 




RAYMOND HUTCHINSON 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



NORINE ISACCO 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



284 




EDWARD A. IZZO 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



ARTHUR M. JACOBS 
Evening College 
A.B. English 



PAUL C. JANSSON 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



MANUEL A. J ASUS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. German 




V. BAYO JEGEDE MICHAEL D. JENNINGS II MICHAEL F. JOHNSON RONALD F. JONES 

Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences 

B.S. Biology, A.B. Philosophy A.B. History A.B. Economics A.B. English 





BARRY H. JORDAN 


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THOMAS J. JOY 


SR. MICHAEL JOYCE 


Arts and Sciences 


Business Administration 


Business Administration 


School of Nursing 


A.B. English 


B.S. Economics 


B.S. Accounting 


B.S. Nursing 



285 




JAMES G. JUDGE JOAN T. KABISAITIS 

Business Administration School of Education 

B.S. Production Management A.B. Special Education 



MARTIN KAHALAS 
Business Administration 
B.S. Management 




JOSEPH KATKIN 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 



JAMES KAVANAH 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



ANDREA M. KEANE 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 





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ARTHUR R. KEARNEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



THOMAS J. KEARY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Economics 



ELIZABETH A. KEEFE 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementar)' Education 



ANDREW A. KARAS 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 




JAMES M. KEANE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




MARIE THERESE KEEFE 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



286 





MARY JANE KEEFE 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 




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School of Education 
A.B. Spanish 





KATHLEEN M. KELLEHER 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



KATHLEEN M. KELLEY 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



KEVIN P. KELLEY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



DANIEL J. KELLY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



287 




JAMES J. KELLY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 



JAMES J. KELLY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



JOAN L. KELLY 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



KATHLEEN L. KELLY 
School of Education 
A.B. French 





NANCY KELLY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




W. DAVID KELLY 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



288 




THOMAS W. KELTY 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



PATRICIA M. KENNEDY 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



ROSALIE KEOUGH 

School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



LAWRENCE J. KENNEY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Economics 




PHILIP G. KERRIGAN 

Business Administration 

B.S. Production Management 



MARY C. KENNEY 

School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




MAUREEN C. KILROY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



KATHLEEN F. KILKENNY 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



JAMES KILSHEIMER 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



GERALD F. KILROY 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




WILLIAM G. KINAHAN 
Evening College 
B.S. Accounting 



JAMES F. KING 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



289 




ELEANOR B. KINNALLY 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



MARY ELLEN KINNALLY 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



JOHN F. KING 

School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 



KATHLEEN E. KING 
School of Education 
A.B. Speech— English 




GREGORY N. KLEMICK 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



CRAIG A. KLONER 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



DAVID M. KISSELL 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



CHARLES F. KLEMBALLA 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 




KEVIN W. KOURI 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



ROBERT B. KOVACEVICH 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



MICHAEL A. KLUCZNIK 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



KATHLEEN KOPECKY 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



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HERBERT G. KOWAL 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



RICHARD A. KRONER 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 





CARL R. KRUEGER 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



JAMES J. KUDLA 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



MICHAEL P. KUREK 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



LEO F. KRUGER 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 




RAYMOND T. KUSHI 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



THOMAS J. KUSSY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



291 





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LOUISE T. LAFAYETTE 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



ENRIQUE S. LAMOUTTE 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



RICHARD P. LANE 
Evening College 
B.S. Accounting 



PAUL A. LACY JR. 

Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 




PHILLIP A. LANGSDORF 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



292 




JAMES D. LANTIER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 



THOMAS MARTIN LANZA RONALD LAPOINTE GLEN K. LAU 

Business Administration Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences 

B.S. Marketing A.B. Economics B.S. Biology 




WILLIAM J. LA VERY JR. 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 




C. MICHAEL LAVIN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 




GEORGE A. LaVOIE 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



PAMELA LAWLESS 
School of Education 
A.B. Spanish 




293 




JAMES V. LAWRENCE 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



DANA M. LEAFFER 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




THOMAS F. LEE 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



RAYMOND L. LEGER 

Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



CAROLINE A. LeBLANC 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



ROBERT J. LeBLANC JR. 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




LILLIAN LEONE 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



JAMES LePORE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



JAMES G. LEONARD 

Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



JOSEPH D. LEONE 

Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 




THOMAS C. LEWIS 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



JOHN A. LIND 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



294 





FRANCES LINKER 
Evening College 
A.B. Economics 




JAMES R. LITTLETON 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 





PAUL F. LOCONTO 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



JOHN R. LOHMANN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



DENESE N. LOMBARD! 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



FRANK J. LONG 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



295 




RICHARD D. LORING 

Business Administration 
B.S. Production Management 



JENNIFER A. LOVATT 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




ANN MARIE LYNCH 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



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GEORGE K. LYONS JR. 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 




HERB J. LUDWIG 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



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WILLIAM LUKE 

Business Administration 
B.S. Management 



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EUGENE R. LYNCH 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



JOHN A. LYNCH 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



KATHRYN L. LYNCH 

School of Education 
A.B. History 





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GERALD J. LYONS 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




GREGORY D. LYONS 
School of Education 
A.B. History 



JOHN G. LYONS 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



296 




GREGORY A. MACK 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



MICHAEL J. MACK BARRY P. MacCARTHY 

Arts and Sciences Business Administration 

B.S. Biology, A.B. Philosophy B.S. Accounting 



GARY M. MacDONALD 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 




RONALD A. MacDONALD JUDITH A. MACINNES 

Business Administration School of Education 

B.S. Marketing A.B. French 



LINDA M. MAGALDI 

School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



KATHLEEN M. MAGUIRE 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




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CORNELIUS MAHER III 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Chemistry 



ROBERT J. MAHER JR. 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production Management 



PAUL B. MAGUIRE 
School of Education 
A.B. History 




THOMAS MAGUIRE 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 




MARY ELLEN MAHONEY 

School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



RICHARD C. MAHONEY JR. 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production Management 



JOSEPH A. MAHONEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



JOSEPH E. MAHONEY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 




RONALD MAJOCHA 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




TORRENCE A. MAKLEY III 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



ROBERT T. MAHONEY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



JOHN P. MAJENSKI 
Evening College 
A.B. Accounting 



300 





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KENNETH W. MALSCH 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



RICHARD E. MANIKAS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



HELEN R. MANNING 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 




RICHARD A. MALEY 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 




JAMES L. MALONE III 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




MARIE ANNE MARCUCCI 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



301 




MARGARET T. MARINELLI RICHARD A. MARINO 
School of Education Business Administration 

A.B. French B.S. Accounting 



JOHN K. MARKEY 

Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



MARY JANE MARRO 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 






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ROBERT F. MARTELL 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



JAMES A. MARTIN III 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 




ROMAN MARTINEZ IV 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



ROBERT D. MARTINO 

Business Administration 

B.S. Gen. Bus., A.B. English 



302 




PHILLIP J. MARYSZ 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 




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JOSEPH V. MARZETTI 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



GERARD A. MASCOLO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psycholog)' 



DONNA C. MATARESE 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




PETER J. MATTEO 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



NICK W. MATTIA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



MICHAEL E. MAYNARD 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 



GREGORY A. MAZZA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 




TIMOTHY G. McAVOY 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology, A.B. Phil. 



VINCENT J. McAULIFFE 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




CATHE J. McCALL 

School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




JOHN c. McCarthy 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



303 





WILLIAM M. McCarthy 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



VIRGINIA ANN McCAULEY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




GEORGE J. McCOLEAN 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



ROBERT E. McCORRY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 





KATHLEEN A. McDEVITT BERNARD J. McDONALD WALTER J. McDONALD 

School of Education Business Administration School of Education 

B.S. Elementary Education B.S. Accounting A.B. English 



KATHLEEN H. McDONNELL 
School of Education 
A.B. Education 



304 





DAVID Mcdonough 

Business Administration 
B.S. Economics 



JOSEPH M. Mcdonough Stephen c Mcelman 

Arts and Sciences Business Administration 

A.B. Mathematics B.S. Production Management 



THOMAS W. McFARLAND 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 




JOHN P. McGANN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



LINDA B. McGAUGHEY 

School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



THOMAS J. McGINN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



KEVIN J. McGINTY 

Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 




MICHAEL B. McGINTY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



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LAWRENCE F. McGOVERN PETER F. McGOWAN 
Arts and Sciences Business Administration 

A.B. History B.S. Accounting 




ROSEMARY McGRATH 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




PAUL F. McGREEVY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



CATHERINE M. McGUANE 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



KEVIN M. McGUIRE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




WILLIAM J. McKAY JR. 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



JOHN T. McKENNA 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 




BARBARA J. McKUSKIE 
School of Education 
A.B. Biology 



CHARLES McLaughlin jr 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



GEORGE F. Mclaughlin 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 



JAMES V. McLaughlin 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



306 





DANIEL J. McMAHON 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



JOHN F. McMAHON 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



JOHN D. Mclaughlin 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Classics 



DOROTHY McLELLAN 
School of Education 
A.B. Speech 





HELEN E. McMILLEN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




EDWARD M. McNALLY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 




WILLIAM McNALLY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



WILLIAM J. McNEIL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



307 




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Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



GEORGE R. McPHEE 

Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



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BRYAN F. McSWEENEY 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



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VIRGINIA MEANY 
School of Education 
A.B. French 




DANIEL J. MEEHAN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 





JOHN E. MEGNA JR. 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



308 




STEPHEN J. MEIDELL 
School of Education 
A.B. English 



FRANCIS J. MEIERDIERCKS PATRICIA ANN MENARD JOSE A. MENENDEZ 
Arts and Sciences School of Nursing Business Administration 

B.S. Biology B.S. Nursing B.S. Finance 






ANTHONY R. MERLO 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Philosophy 



JOANNE M. MERRY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



RICHARD J. MEYERS 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



PHILIP L. MICKEY JR. 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 




VICENT B. MIERJESKI 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



DUDLEY W. MILLER III 

Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



ROBERT R. MILLER 

Business Administration 
B.S. Production Management 



JOHN D. MILLERICK 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



309 




JAMES P. MITCHELL 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 




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MICHAEL J. MOLLOY JR. JOHN C. MONAHAN 

Business Administration Arts and Sciences 

B.S. Finance A.B. English 





MARIANN MONTELEONE 
Graduate School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



JOHN W. MONTEPARE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



JOHN S. MORAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Enghsh 



CHARLES A. MORANTE 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



310 




DONALD F. MORDAVSKY GEORGE F. MORIARITY 
Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences 

B.S. Biology A.B. Political Science 




JOHN J. MORIARITY JR. 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



LUCIEN A. MORIN II 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




THOMAS M. MORLEY 

Arts and Sciences 

A.B. Economics, Philosophy 



MICHAEL J. MORRISSEY 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 





ARNOLD L. MORTON 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



FRANCIS H. MULDOON 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



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JOHN R. MULLALLY 
Evening College 
B.S. General Business 



RICHARD F. MULLEN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



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DONALD F. MULLER 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




BERNARD E. MULLIN JR. 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



311 





MARY MULVOY 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




ANN L. MUNROE 
Evening College 
A.B. Social Science 




PETER J. MURDZA JR. 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



ARLEEN MURPHY 
School of Education 
A.B. History 



CLARE F. MURPHY 

School of Education 
A.B. History 



ELAINE M. MURPHY 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 



312 




GREGORY H. MURPHY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accountina 



JAMES J. MURPHY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



JOHN P. MURPHY JR. 
Business Administration 
B.S. General Business 




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ROBERT L. MURPHY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



THOMAS J. MURPHY 

Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



THOMAS S. MURPHY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



KEVIN F. MURPHY 

Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 




ROBERT F. MUSE JR. 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 




JOHN C. MUXIE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. German 




JAMES D. MYERS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



MAUREEN A. NALLY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




JOSEPH M. NAVIN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



313 




JOHN D. NEAL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



CHRISTINA M. NELPI 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 




MARGARETE N. NELSON 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



JANE M. NEWBURY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




RICHARD NEWMAN JR. 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



HOBART J. NICHOLS 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 






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MATTHEW NICKELS III GEORGE P. J. NILES JR. 

Business Administration Business Administration 

B.S. Production B.S. Accounting 



314 




JOHN F. NOLAN JR. 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 



KENNETH R. NOLAN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



DAVID NOONAN 
School of Education 
A.B. History 



LEONORE A. NORTON 
School of Education 
A.B. Speech 





THOMAS E. NORTON 
Business Administration 
B.S. Economics 



VINCENT G. NORTON 

Evening College 
A.B. Social Science 



PETER J. OATES 

Arts and Sciences 

B.S. Chemistry, A.B. Phil. 



DENNIS M. O'BRIEN 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 





FRANCIS X. O'BRIEN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



JAMES W. O'BRIEN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



JOSEPH R. O'BRIEN 

Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



KATHERINE M. O'BRIEN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



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MARY E. O'BRIEN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




MAUREEN T. O'BRIEN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




PHILIP J. O'BRIEN 

Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



ROBERTA J. O'BRIEN 

School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



THERESA O'BRIEN 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



DAVID L. O'CONNELL 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



318 




KEVIN J. O'CONNELL 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



DANIEL F. O'CONNOR 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



EDWARD G. O'CONNOR 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



RAYMOND S. O'CONNOR 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




MARION H. O'DONNELL 

Evening College 
B.S. Accounting 



W. KENNETH O'DONNELL MARY E. O'DONOVAN 

Business Administration School of Nursing 

B.S. Accounting B.S. Nursing 



EDWARD J. OFCHARSKY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 





WILLIAM A. O'FLANAGAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



MAUREEN E. O'HARE 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



MAUREEN I. O'KEEFE 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



RICHARD W. O'KEEFE 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



319 




JOHN T. OLEARY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



JUNE K. OLEARY 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 




THOMAS F. O'LOUGHLIN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Business 



ROBERT M. O'MALLEY 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 





y JOHN F. O'NEILL JR. 

^ Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



JAMES T. O'REILLY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



TIMOTHY J. OMALLhY 

Arts and Sciences 

A.B. Psychology, Sociology 



JOHN J. O'NEIL 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



320 




THOMAS F. O'REILLY 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 




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ELAINE M. O'SULLIVAN 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 




GEORGE A. OTOOLE JR. 

Arts and Sciences 



TIMOTHY J. OTOOLE 

Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



JEREMIAH F. O'SULLIVAN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 




ROBERT PAGLIA 

Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 




MARK A. PAINTER 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Chemistry 



ANN L. PALADIN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



JOSEPH PALMINTERI 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



JOHN PANELLA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



321 




DAVID M. PANTALENA 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



DONNA J. PAP ALIA 
School of Education 
A.B. Math., Secondary Ed. 




BRIAN T. PARRELL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



FRANK D. PARSELITTI 

Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



FRED J. PATRICK 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



JOHN PATTAVINA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 




ROGER PELISSIER 

Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



MARIA J. PERACCHI 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



DIANE G. PERROTTI 
School of Education 
A.B. Speech, English 



DIANE R. PERRY 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 



322 





JOSEPH M. PIEPUL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



CATHERINE D. PIERSON 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



JAMES R. PICCIANO 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



ROBERT W. PITOCCO 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




PATRICIA L. PLATT 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



RALPH P. PICCIRILLI 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




JANET E. PIZA 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 




JOHN J. POKLEMBA 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 




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DAVID E. POLETTI 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



GREGORY POLISCHUK 

Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 




JOSEPH R. POCARI JR. 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



WILLIAM C. PORCIELLO 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




GERALD M. POST 


GEORGE POUTASSE 


PAUL POWELL 


MARY M. POWERS 


Business Administration 


Arts and Sciences 


Business Administration 


School of Education 


B.S. Finance 


A.B. History 


B.S. Accounting 


A.B. Russian 



324 




THOMAS J. PRENDERGAST STEVEN PREVITE 
Business Administration Arts and Sciences 

B.S. Marketing B.S. Biology 



325 





WILLIAM R. PROAL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



NORMAN R. PROULX 
Business Administration 



i B.S. Accounting 



MICHAEL PROKUP 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 




PAUL D. PUGLIA 

Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 




FREDERICK PURTELL 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



CLARK J. PUTNAM 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



326 




DAVID J. QUINLIVAN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



CHARrES F. QUINTSr 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



WILLIAM PUTNAM 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 




JOHN E. PYATAK 
Business Administration 
B.S. Economics 




GEORGE RAINVILLE 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Geology 




JOHN J. RANDO JR. 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



W. KEVIN QUINN 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



C. JERRY RAGOSA 
Business Administration 
B.S. Economics 




JOHN P. RATTIGAN JR. 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketins 



JOHN A. RAYLL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



JAMES A. RAPPORT 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



CHRISTOPHER W. RATLEY 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



327 




JOHN F. RECKE 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



KEVIN M. REDDY 
School of Education 
A.B- Mathematics 



PAUL F. REARDON 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



RONALD R. REBELLO 

School of Education 
A.B. Speech, English 




JERROLD B. REILLY 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




FRANK H. REIMERS 

Arts and Sciences 

A.B. Econ., Political Science 



JOHN B. REDMOND 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Physics 



DAVID J. REILLY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production Management 





JOHN A. RICCARDO 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Philosophy 



WARREN H. RICHMOND III 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



RICHARD R. RHAU 
School of Education 
A.B. German 



JOHN P. RICCARDI 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



328 





DOROTHY ANN RIDER 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



ROBERT J. RIEHS 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 





KENNETH G. RIETH 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



EDWIN J. RILEY 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




ROBERT E. RILEY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



W. MICHAEL RILEY 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



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GARY F. RITTER 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




CHESTER ROBERTS 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



329 





MICHAEL J. ROBERTSON 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 




JANE A. ROCHE 

Evening College 
A.B. English 



ROBERT RODOPHELE 

Business Administration 
B.S. Economics 




EDWIN F. ROGERS JR. 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



ROBERT T. RONZIO 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



DONALD V. ROSATO 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Chemistry 



RICHARD V. ROSCIO 
Business Administration 
B.S. Economics 



330 





JOSEPH R. ROSSI 
School of Education 
A.B. Speech 



JOHN F. ROWAN 
School of Education 
A.B. History 



GEORGE T. RUDDEN 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



WILLIAM J. RUSCH III 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




RICHARD J. RUSSE 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 



FRANCIS E. RUSSELL 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



PHILIP E. RUSSELL 
School of Education 
A.B. English 



JOSEPH P. RUSSO 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




EDWARD J. RYAN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



JOSEPH F. RYAN JR. 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



CONRAD J. RYBICKI 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



WALTER J. RYGIEL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



331 




WILLIAM F. SADOWSKI 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



ARTHUR L. ST. GERMAIN ROBERTA E. SALIBA 

Arts and Sciences School of Education 

A.B. Mathematics A.B. Special Education 



JOHN T. SALMON 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 




JOSEPH F. SAMPSON 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



EUGENE F. SANCHEZ 
Evening College 
A.B. Social Science 



ARTHUR SANDBERG 

Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



HENRY SANDLASS 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



332 




PAUL W. SANDMAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



FRANK J. SANTORA JR. 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



JAMES K. SARNI 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



GERALD SARRASIN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 




MICHAEL V. SARTORI 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



RALPH SAVARESE 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




VICTOR SCALLIA 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



THOMAS J. SCANLON JR. 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 




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JAMES J. SCANNELL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



SUSAN SCHAFFENBERGER 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



JACOB J. SCHEFFER 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Chemistry 




FRANCIS J. SCANNELL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




BARRY J. SCHELLHASE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




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GREGORY R. SCHLUETER JOSEPH J. SCHULTE 

Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences 

A.B. Sociology A.B. Economics 



JOHN P. SCHULTHEIS 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



JOSEPH W. SCIACCA 

Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



336 




JOHN T. SCOBORIA 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



JACQUELINE SELION 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 





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FRANK L. SENA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Sociology 



THOMAS L. SENGER 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 




WILLIAM J. SENNOTT III 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 




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MARIE P. SERT 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




SR. PAULINE M. SGANGA MICHAEL L. SHAGOURY 
Evening College Business Administration 

A.B. Social Science A.B. Modern Language 




THOMAS F. SHANNON 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Modern Language 



CHRISTINE M. SHEA 
School of Education 
A.B. English 



GERALD T. SHEA 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



RICHARD J. SHEEHAN JR. 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



337 





RICHARD M. SHEEHAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



ROBERT E. SHEEHAN 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Physics 



DOROTHY L. SHERLOCK 

School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



JAMES J. SHIRLEY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 




JOHN J. SIECZKOWSKI 

Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



KENNETH SILBERNAGEL 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



JOHN C. SIRACUSA 
School of Education 
A.B. History 



JAMES R. SKINNER 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Physics 




GEORGE N. SKOPELITES 
School of Education 
A.B. History 



GEORGE F. SMITH JR. 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



JOSEPH J. SMITH 
Evening College 
B.S. General Business 



RICHARD J. SMITH 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



338 




WILLIAM J. SMITH 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 







PATRICK J. SPRATT 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



RANDALL A. SNOWLING 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



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ROBERT W. SOUKUP 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



GERALDINE M. SPAITS 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




CHRISTOPHER STANDRING 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 




339 




RICHARD STANKEVICH 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



KATHLEEN STARK 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



GREGORY C. STARR 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



JOHN J. STEEPEN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Psychology 









MARK G. STERNS 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



PAUL K. STEVENS 
Business Administration 
Marketing 



PRISCILLA STEVERMAN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



BRIAN E. STEWART 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



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JEAN M. STOKLOSA 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



ROSE MARIE STRUMSKI 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



ANNE M. SULLIVAN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



ANTHONY P. SULLIVAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



340 




BRIAN A. SULLIVAN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 






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GERARD J. SULLIVAN 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



JAY F. SULLIVAN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



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JOHN B. SULLIVAN JR. 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




KENNETH SULLIVAN 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




LINDA S. SULLIVAN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



341 




MICHAEL J. SULLIVAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. M-'-hematics 



NANCY B. SULLIVAN 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



ROSEMARY SULLIVAN 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



STEPHAN E. SULLIVAN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 




THOMAS J. SULLIVAN 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



SALLY A. SUNDSTROM 

School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 




THOMAS SURETTE 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 




BRO. JUSTIN SWEENEY 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



FRANCIS SURDAKOWUSKI STEPHAN G. SURETTE 

Arts and Sciences School of Education 

B.S. Biology A.B. Special Education 





GEORGE L. SZAL 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Philosophy 



RONALD K. TACELLI 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Philosophy 



342 




PATRICIA WILLIAMS 

TAUBER 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



DAVID J. THOMAS 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



NEIL S. TANGER 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



PAUL R. TANGUAY 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Physics 





CHRISTINA THOMPSON 
School of Education 
A.B. English, Education 




WILLIAM J. TIERNEY 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



JUSTIN M. TOBIA 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



343 





WALTER E. TOBIN 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



ANDREW E. TOMEK 
School of Education 
A.B. English 



GEORGE J. A. TOOLAN JR. RICHARD R. TORY 

Arts and Sciences Business Administration 

A.B. Mathematics B.S. Finance 




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GLENN W. TOWNSEND 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



JOHN M. TREACY 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



MARY K. TROMBI 
School of Education 
A.B. Special Education 



MARY T. TROY 
School of Education 
A.B. English 




EDWARD TULINSKI JR. 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



BERNARD TURNOCK JR. 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



BERNARD A. TUTTLE 

School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 



GEORGE W. TUTTLE 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



344 




ROBERT D. TWOMEY 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



VICTOR S. UGOLIK 
Business Administration 
B.S. Economics 



WALTER URBANEK 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



THOMAS M. UZDAVINIS 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 




PHILIP A. VACCARO 

Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 




JAMES VAN BUREN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 





STEPHEN D. VAN BUREN ROBERT M. VAN PELT 
Evening College Business Administration 

B.S. Economics B.S. Marketing 



ELENA E. VEGA 
School of Education 
A.B. Spanish 



JOANNE VERNACCHIQ 
School of Education 
A.B. Speech, English 






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EDWARD J. VERWHOLT 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



DENNIS M. VIOLETTE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Political Science 



ALPHONSE VITAGLIANO 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



ELIZABETH S. VOGEL 

School of Education 
A.B. Biology 







SANDRA ANN VUONO 


JOHN C. WADE 


MARGARET M. WAITE 


KATHLEEN WALL 


School of Education 


Evening College 


School of Nursing 


School of Education 


A.B. French 


A.B. General Business 


B.S. Nursing 


A.B. Elem. Ed., Speech 



346 




RONALD H. WAYLAND 
Evening College 
A.B. Social Sciences 



SCOTT F. WEBBER 
School of Education 
A.B. English 



JAMES R. WARD 
School of Education 
A.B. Elementary Education 



RICHARD J. WARD 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



347 




JOSEPH E. WEHR JR. 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Mathematics 



JAMES R. WEISS 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 



JOHN J. WEBBER 

Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



JOHN D. WEBER 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 




WILLIAM T. WHELAN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Finance 



CHARLES R. WHITE 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



CHARLES J. WESCHLER 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Chemistry 




LINDA M. WESTERVELT 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 





JOHN M. WICKHAM 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



JOHN M. WILCZEWSKI 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



CRAIG R. WHITNEY 
Business Administration 
B.S. Marketing 



DANIEL J. WHOLLEY 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 



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CHARLES E. WILES III 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




HELEN E. WILKINS 
School of Education 
A.B. English 







NORMAN P. WILL JR. 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



PAMELA M. WILSON 
School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



LANCE A. WINNICKI 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



STEPHEN WIPPERMANN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 



349 




ROBERT P. WISE 
Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Biology 




KATHLEEN 

WOJCIECHOWSKI 

School of Education 

A.B. Elementary Education 




KEVIN R. WISEMAN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




KEVIN J. WOODS 

Business Administration 
B.S. Production 




PETER WOODS 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



FRANK H. WRIGHT 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



ELLEN B. YOUNG 
Evening College 
A.B. Social Science 



ELAINE ZACCARI 

Graduate Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 



350 




DANIEL D. ZAILSKAS 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 



JOHN M. ZAKELJ 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



THOMAS K. ZEBROWSKI 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. History 



KEVIN J. ZENEWICZ 
School of Education 
A.B. Chemistry 




JOHN T. ZERMANI 

Arts and Sciences 
B.S. Chemistry 



GREGORY P. ZIEMAK 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



THOMAS E. ZIMMERMAN 

Arts and Sciences 
A.B. Economics 



PATRICIA L. ZISA 

School of Nursing 
B.S. Nursing 




WILLIAM S. ZMIJEWSKI 
Business Administration 
B.S. Accounting 



CAROLYN V. ZOLLI 
School of Education 
A.B. English 



MARY ANN ZUBER 
School of Education 
A.B. Mathematics 




Patrons 

The publication of the preceding pages is due 
in good measure to the financial support of parents 
of Boston College students. To them, the I969 Sub 
Turri says, "Many thanks." 




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HENRY J. AHERN 

MR. AND MRS. ANTHONY H. AHERNS 

LEON T. ALISKI 

RICHARD J. ALLAIRE 

GORDON ALVES 

MR. AND MRS. AMERICO AMODIO 

MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS AMOROSI 

MR. AND MRS. STEPHEN D. AMOROSO 

MR. AND MRS. A. J. ANASTASIO 

MR. AND MRS. ALBERT ANDIORIO AND 

SONS 
MR. AND MRS. S. ANDRIANI 
MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH C. ANDROSKI 
DR. AND MRS. A. A. ANNESE 
FRANK F. ANTONUCCI 
MR. AND MRS. FRANK ANZALOTTI 
MR. AND MRS. LOUIS A. ARCARESE 
MR. AND MRS. JOHN J. BACHALIS 
JOSEPH A. BACHTA 

MR. AND MRS. EUGENE STEPHEN BAKCUS 
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE BALER 
MR. AND MRS. JOHN T. BARAN 



DR. PAUL E. BARBER 

PETER D. BARBONE 

HOWARD BARNABY 

MR. AND MRS. LEROY BARNES 

MR. AND MRS. ALFRED ABARRY 

MR. AND MRS. G. J. BARRY 

MR. H. ARNOLD BERRY 

MR. AND MRS. HENRY F. BARRY 

THOMAS E. BARRY 

MRS. ISABELL BARTOSIAK 

HUGH H. BEGLEY 

MRS. BERNARD BEIRNE 

MR. AND MRS. E. W. BELL 

DR. AND MRS. JOHN M. BELL 

GEORGE BELLI, JR. 

MR. AND MRS. LEONARD W. BELTER 

MR. AND MRS. BERNARD BENSON 

WILLIAM R. BERGFIELD 

CHARLES E. BERGERON 

DR. AND MRS. ROCCO P. BEVILACQUA 

MICHAEL L. BICKFORD 

MR, AND MRS. E. J. BITTING 

MR. AND MRS. BRANDON BLADES 



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MR. AND MRS. THOMAS A. BLAKE 

MR. AND MRS. HARRY BLOTNER 

MR. AND MRS. GEORGE BOCCIA 

MR. AND MRS. JOHN E. BOEHLER 

ALFRED E. BOLLENGIER, ESQ. 

FLORIAN BOTICA 

MICHAEL BOUGHTON 

MR. AND MRS. GEORGE E. BOURKE 

MR. AND MRS. CLIFFORD C. BOUTWELL 

MR. AND MRS. THOMAS F. BOYD 

MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL BRADY 

ALFRED W. BRANCA, M.D. 

MR. AND MRS. MEL BREITSTEIN 

HON. AND MRS. ROGER W. BRESLIN, SR. 

MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM BRESNICK 

MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH J. BRITT, SR. 

MR. AND MRS. PAUL BROCK 

JOHN J. BROGAN 

ELEANOR BROGOWSKI 

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ATTY. JOSEPH R. JENNINGS 

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GIFT ITEMS FOR ALUMNI AND FRIENDS 



Campus Gift Tray Ceramic Coffee and Tea Set 

Cigarette Music Box (five pieces) 

Desk Clock Desk Sets 

Scrap Books Ash Trays 

College Pets Campus Pillow 

Song Books 



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24 School Street 
Boston, Massachusetts 02108 



CHARLES F. MURPHY, 1955 



Best Wishes 
to the Class of '69 



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Best Wishes of 

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A Message 
to the Class 
of 1969 
from Five 
Boston College 
Graduates 
and the 
Company 
They Serve. 



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AHEARN, EDWARD J. 

4 Ireland Rd. 
Marshfield, Ma. 
AHEARN, GERALD F. 
o'i Belvidere Rd. 
Framingham, Ma. 
ALDONIS, PAULA M. 
103 Kenrick St. 
Brighton, Ma. 

ALEX, MARILYN J. 

94 Foster Rd. 

Swampscott, Ma. 

ALIQUD, ANTHONY R. 

34 Trenton St. 

East Boston, Ma. 

ALISKL WILLIAM E. 

34 Kinross Rd. Apt. 7 

Brighton, Ma. 

ALLAIRE, ALAN T. 

152 North St. 

Fitchburg, Ma. 

ALLEN, CHRISTOPHER S. 

123 Mitchell Rd. 

South Portland, Me. 

ALLEN, DOREEN A. 

13 Washington Ave. 

Waltham, Ma. 

ALOISI, PETER J. 

50 Lynnway 

Revere, Ma. 

ALONZO, GERARD J. 

149 Grandview Ave. 

North Caldwell, N.J. 

AMATO, JOHN 

96 Evergreen Way 
_Belmont, Ma. 
jfeAMBROGNE, FREDERIC A. 

24 Elmcrest Circle 

Melrose. Ma. 

AMERO, JOHN J., JR 

Mount Ann Rd. 

Gloucester, Ma. 

AMOROSI, FRANCIS W. 

77 Fenno St. 

Revere, Ma. 

ANASTASIA, MARIE I. 

708 Mt. Auburn St. 

Watertown, Ma. 

ANASTASIO, MARIE L. 

2812 Harbor Rd. 

Merrick, N.Y. 

ANDERSON, GEORGE: D. 

5 Wedgewood Rd. 
Natick, Ma. 



ANDERSON, ROBERT F. 

37 Woodruff Rd. 
Walpole, Ma. 

ANDERSON, THOMAS R. 
239 Wentworth Ave. 
Lowell, Ma. 

ANDRACHIK, GARY S. 
15'S06 Judy Court 
Cleveland, Oh. 
ANDROSKI, JOHN R. 
Burnham Rd. 
Bolton, Ma. 

ANGELINI, STEPHEN J. 
15 Oxford Rd. 
Wellesley, Ma. 

ANISZEWSKI, WILLIAM L. 
10 School St. 
Dudley, Ma. 
ANNESE, IRENE A. 
154 Ridge Rd. 
Revere, Ma. 

ANSPACH, ROBERT B. 
Marist Sem. 
Framingham, Ma. 
ANTHONY, LIONEL R. 
239 Great Rd. 
Bedford, Ma. 

ANTONUCCI, FRANCIS J. 
12506 Gay Ave. 
Cleveland, Oh. 

ANZALOTTI, FRANK J., JR. 
132 Tedford Dr. 
Longmeadow, Ma. 
APPUGLIESE, NICHOLAS A. 
90 Summer St. 
Watertown, Ma. 
ARONE, LINDA L. 
140 Robbins Lane 
Dewitt, N.Y. 
ARRICALE, FRANK A. 
2 Oakland St. 
Watertown, Ma. 
ARSENAULT, JOSEPH G. 
Marist Sem. 
Framingham, Ma. 
ATWOOD, DENNIS F. 
78 Tyler Rd. 
Weston, Ma. 
AUTH, CHARLES P. 
123 Pondview Dr. 
Springfield, Ma. 
BABIN, NANCY L. 
29 Hall Ave. 
Watertown, Ma. 



BACHINI, GAIL E. 
Zero Country Club Rd. 
Woburn, Ma. 
BACHINI, RICHARD F. 
Zero Country Club Rd. 
Woburn, Ma. 
BADWEY, LOUIS M. 
1777 Rockland St. 
Fall River, Ma. 
BAER, DAVID 
125 Main St. 
Winthrop, Ma. 
BAILEY, THOMAS F. 
52 Plain St. 
Rockland, Ma. 
BALDWIN, BRIAN 
Toy Village 
West Dennis, Ma. 
BALER, LAWRENCE A. 
5 Dodge Rd. 
Hyde Park, Ma. 
BALL, SHERMAN H. 
4 Boston Rd. 
Southboro, Ma. 
BARBER, GREGORY P. 
250 New London Ave. 
West Warwick; R.I. 
BARBONE, KAREN A. 
255 Union St. 
South Weymouth, Ma. 
BARCH, JOHN C. 
85 Regis Court 
Paramus, N.J. 
BARRETT, BARBARA A. 
98 Pleasant St. 
Watertown, Ma. 
BARRY, DONALD J. 
14 Emerson Rd. 
Milton, Ma. 

BARRY, EDWARD H. 
54 Pond St. 
Westwood, Ma. 
BARRY, GERALDINE J. 
10 Cedar Oak Dr. 
Wilbraham, Ma. 
BARRY, MICHAEL J. 
54 Pond St. 
Westwood, Ma. 
BARRY, ROBERT F. 
48 Alleghany St. 
Roxbury, Ma. 
BARRY, WILLIAM L. 
7 Foskett St. 
Somerville, Ma. 



BARTOSIAK, STANLEY T. 

2 Clark St. 

Plymouth, Ma. 

BARUNAS, ALGIS A. 

235 Savin Hill Ave. 

Dorchester, Ma. 

BARZEN, TIMOTHY J. 

6520 Interlachen Blvd. 

Minneapolis Mn. 

BASILE, JANICE M. 

4 Welch Rd. 

Lexington, Ma. 

BASTA, JOSEPH C. 

Marist College Sem. 

Framingham, Ma. 

BASTARACHE, RAYMOND A. 

6 Den Quary Way 

Lynn, Ma. 

BASTILLE, ROBERT A., JR. 

116 Mayo Rd. 

Wellesley, Ma. 

BAXTER, ROBERT A., JR. 

290 Nahatan St. 

Norwood, Ma. 

BEATTIE, RONALD N. 

37 Norman St. 

WiUimansett, Ma. 

BEAUCHAMP, EMMETTE III 

74l'S Fairwood Lane 

Falls Church, Va. 

BECHARD, FREDERICK R. 

25 Drummond Ave. 

Waterville, Me. 

BEDNARZYK, SUSAN 

50 Seneca St. 

Indian Orchard, Ma. 

BEECHER, MARY M. 

12 Lafayette St. 

Milford, Ct. 

BELFORD, MICHAEL K. 

6 Grace Court 

Bay Shore, N.Y. 

BELL, STEPHEN T. 

816 Pleasant Hill Rd. 

Chester, Pa. 

BELLIVEAU, JAMES T. 

81 Rose Hill Way 

Waltham, Ma. 

BELLIVEAU, JANE E. 

60 Newton Ave. 

Lynn, Ma, 

BELTER, JAMES L. 

131 Kickerbocker Rd. 

Manhassett, N.Y. 



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BENEDETTO, RICHARD D. 

67 Grove St. 

Arlington, Ma. 

BENNETT, DAVID C. 

15 Woodcliffe Rd. 

Andover, Ma. 

BENNETT, THOMAS F. 

4 Edgemont Ave. 

Reading, Ma. 

BENSON, RICHARD J. 

87 Layton St. 

West Hartford, Ct. 

BERGERON, ANNE M. 

26 Shirley St. 

Quincy, Ma. 

BERGMAN, ROBERT E. 

Princeton St. 

Halifax, Ma. 

BERLANDI, HELEN M. 

42 Argyle St. 

Everett, Ma. 

BERRILLO, ROBERT S 

409 Broadway 

Providence, R.I. 

BERRY, GEORGE H., JR. 

33 Rosalie Rd. 

Needham, Ma. 

BERRY, PATRICIA 

172 Sycamore Lane 

Fairfield, Ct. 

BERTRAND, JEANNE A. 

195 Beacon St. 

Boston, Ma. 

BERUBE, SHEILA M. 

14 Lenox Circle 

Lawrence, Ma. 

BESS, PATRICIA A. 

74 Arcadia Rd. 

Allendale, N.J. 

BILL, DAVID E. 

127 New Harwinton Rd. 

Torrington, Ct. 

BILLE, MICHAEL J. 

254 East Ninth St. 

South Boston, Ma. 

BILLE, PAUL F. 

76 Village St. 

Reading, Ma. 

BITEL, VINCENT J., JR. 

134 Cottage St. 

New Haven, Ct. 

BIZBY, DEBORAH M. 

46 Washington Ave. 

Natick, Ma. 



BLAISDELL, EILEEN M. 

24 Vernon Rd. 

Natick, Ma. 

BLAKE, JAMES G. 

Nebo St. 

Medfield, Ma. 

BOCCIA, GEORGE L. 

266 Mulberry St. 

Claremont, N.H. 

BOISI, GEOFFREY T. 

Valentine Lane 

Old Brockville, N.Y. 

BONANNO, RICHARD J. 

871 East Broadway 

South Boston, Ma. 

BONFIGLIO, ALBERT D. 

5 Cooper St. 

Boston, Ma. 

BONICA, JOHN A. 

44 Lafayette St. 

Waltham, Ma. 

BONNER, HUGH J. 

324 Warren Ave. 

Cincinnati, Oh. 

BOOTH, MARCIA M. 

36 Ronaele Rd. 

West Medford, Ma. 

BORABABY, JAMES G. 

4l3 Sunlit Terrace 

Utica, N.Y. 

BOROWIEC, LOIS R. 

33 Harwich Rd. 

West Springfield, Ma. 

BORRELLI, JAMES J. 

22 Durrell St. 

Methuen, Ma. 

BOUDREAU, DANIEL J. 

3123 Lydius St. 

Schenectady, N.Y. 

BOUDREAU, WALTER G., JR. 

44 Billings Park 

Newton, Ma. 

BOULAY, EDWARD F. 

490 West Main St. 

Northboro, Ma. 

BOURKE, PAUL D. 

583 Prospect St. 

West Boylston, Ma. 

BOUTWELL, ROBERT C 

280 Salem St. 

Woburn, Ma. 

BOWERS, ROBERT E. 

127 Melville Ave. 

Dorchester, Ma. 



BOWMAN, ALFRED W., JR. 

145 Mt. Vernon St. 

Arlington, Ma. 

BOWSER, PAUL B. 

53 Granger St. 

Dorchester, Ma. 

BOYER, SISTER PAUL DENIS 

795 Middle St. 

Fall River, Ma. 

BOYLE, JOHN T. 

103 Parsons St. 

Brighton, Ma 

BOYLE, ROBERT J. 

2 Whittingham Terrace 

Silver Spring, Md. 

BOYLE, TERENCE P. 

321 South 54th St. 

Omaha, Nb. 

BRADLEY, JAMES M. 

11 Mishawum Rd. 

Woburn, Ma. 

BRADLEY, SUSAN 

141 Brook St. 

Garden City, N.Y. 

BRADY, KEVIN J. 

21 Crossgate Rd. 

Jersey City, N.J. 

BRAINERD, JOHN S. 

7 Parkwood Dr. 

Windsor, Ct. 

BRANCA, PALIL F. 

1152 Brock Rd. 

Milton, Ma. 

BRANSFIELD, ANN B. 

49 Pleasant St. 

South Natick, Ma. 

BREEN, GEORGE E., JR. 

82 Rosemary St. 

Norwood, Ma. 

BREEN, PAUL E. 

28 Walsh Ave. 

Stoneham, Ma. 

BRESLIN, DAVID C. 

53 Hemlock St. 

Needham, Ma. 

BRESLIN, JOHN J. 

141 Berkeley Place 

Glen Rock, N.J. 

BRINDAMOUR, PAUL E. 

41 Thorpe Rd. 

West Lynn, Ma. 

BRINE, CHARLES F. 

82 Beal Ave. 

Whitman, Ma. 



BRINKERT, WILLIAM K. 

17 Rawston Rd. 
Roslindale, Ma. 
BROGAN, THOMAS J. 
2489 Coventry Rd. 
Cleveland Hts., Oh. 
BROGGI, CHARLES F. 

18 Neal St. 
Portland, Me. 
BROMKA, DENNIS J. 
522 Pinegrove Ave. 
Rochester, N.Y. 
BROPHY, WILLIAM E. 
140 NE 174th St. 
Miami, Fl. 
BROSKY, JOHN R. 

92 Mannville St. 

Leicester, Ma. 

BROUILLARD, WILLIAM L. 

125 Farnham St. 

Belmont, Ma. 

BROWN, EDWARD A., JR. 

166 Elmwood Ave. 

WoUaston, Ma. 

BRUNNER, JOHN M. 

314 McKinley Blvd. 

Paramus, N.J. 

BRUNO, EDMUND L. 

375 Lenox St. 

Athol, Ma. 

BRUNO, RICHARD G. 

1260-77 St. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

BUCHHOLZ, ROBERT J., JR. 

3401 Purdue St. 

Hyattsville, Md. 

BUCKLEY, JOHN F. 

217 Weld St. 

West Roxbury, Ma. 

BUDASSI, SUSAN A. 

752 Roebling Ave. 

Trenton, N.J. 

BUDIO, ROBERT D. 

29 Maryvale Dr. 

Webster, N.Y. 

BUEHLER, JOHN E., JR. 

6266 Lorena Rd. 

Rome, N.Y. 

BUEHLER, ROBERT J. 

413 Pinecrest Rd. 

Vestal, N.Y. 

BURKE, LAWRENCE J. 

155 Eastfield Rd. 

Waterbury, Ct. 



395 



BURKE, PAUL R. 

36 Boston Rd. 
Andover, Ma. 
BURKE, ROBERT E. 
1010 Washington St. 
Dorchester, Ma. 
BURKE, WILLIAM M. 
18 Hilltop Dr. 

Miliis, Ma. 

BURKHART, DONALD H. 
116 Manor Ave. 
Wellesley, Ma. 
BURSEY, DAVID W. 

37 Birch St. 
Lynn, Ma. 

BUSCH, THOMAS A. 
118 Fairfax Rd. 
Rosemont, Pa. 
BYRNE, HUGH M. 
56 Concord Rd. 
Marlboro, Ma. 
BYRNE, PATRICK 
Smokey Hollow Rd. 
Jamesville, N.Y. 
CADIGAN, JAMES L., JR. 
6 Billow Place 
Hingham, Ma. 
CADOGAN, JOHN L. 
241 Front St. 
Weymouth, Ma. 
CAHALANE, JAMES B., JR. 
52 Barbara Rd. 
Needham, Ma. 
CAHILL, BARRY R. 
8 Collings Circle 
Med ford. Ma. 
CAHILL, JOHN B. 
62 Charles St. 
Natick, Ma. 

CALABRESE, STEVEN V. 
4111 Ave. K. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
CALARESE, ROBERT E. 
115 Hoi lis Ave. 
North Quinc}', Ma. 
CALIRI, ANTHONY C. 
8 Mt. Vernon St. 
Somerville, Ma. 
CALLAHAN, JAMES M. 
213 Eliot St. 
Milton, Ma. 

CALLAHAN, P. JAMES 
Samoset Ave. 
Manonet, Ma. 



396 



CALT, BARBARA J. 
16 Pine St. 
Wakefield, Ma. 
CALVEY, MICHAEL J. 
208 Saddlewood Dr. 
Hillsdale, N.J. 
CAMDEN, WILLIAM H. 
35 Rani;e Rd. 
Dorchester, Ma. 
CAMERON, HOHN M. 
888 Commercial St. 
East Weymouth, Ma. 
CAMPBELL, DAVID G. 
14 Farragut Ave. 
Somerville, Ma. 
CAMPOBASSO, VINCENT J. 
25 Walker St. 
Leominster, Ma. 
CANNING, CATHLEEN M. 
Shore Oaks Dr. 
Stony Brook, N.Y. 
CANNING, PETER J. 
74 I6th Ave. 
Paterson, N..J 
CANTY, DONALD P. 
220 Goodman Hill Rd. 
Sudbury, Ma. 
CANTY, RICHARD J. 
68 Undine Rd. 
Brighton, Ma. 

CAPOBIANCO, PETER T. 
1066 Hyde Park Ave. 
Hyde Park, Ma. 
CAPONE, JAMES J. 
430 Washington St. 
East Walpole, Ma. 
CAPUANO, JOANNE L. 

4 Henchman St. 
Boston, Ma. 
CAPUTO, VINCENT 
125 Central St. 
Somerville, Ma. 
CAREY, DENNIS G. 
2 Waring Rd. 
Natick, Ma. 

CARLSON, WILLIAM H. 
Weston College 
Weston, Ma. 
CARMODY, JOANN 

5 Phillips Ave. 
Shrewsbury, Ma. 
CARNEGIE, GAIL L. 
2 Avon Lane 
Natick, Ma. 



CARNEY, WILLIAM J. 

1025 Laurel Court 

Wauwatosa, Wi. 

CARNIVAL, DOLIGLAS M. 

42-05 48tli Ave. 

Woodside, N.Y. 

CARON, NANCY J. 

104 Ashland St. 

Jewett City, Ct. 

CARRIGAN, ROSEMARY A. 

104 Ronald Rd. 

Arlington, Ma. 

CARROLL, ANTOINETTE 

152 Bay Drive 

Massapequa, N.Y. 

CARROLL, GERALD J. 

5813 Meadowood Rd. 

Baltimore, Md. 

CARROLL, JOHN M. 
21 Elm St. 

Massena, N.Y. 

CARROLL, RICHARD B. 

28th Ave. 

Altoona, Pa. 

CARTER, MICHAEL J. 

29 Kay St. 
Newport, R.I. 
CARTER, PAUL B. 
48 Hillside Ave. 
Revere, Ma. 

CARTER, STEPHEN W. 
17 Cedar St. 

Newton Center, Ma. 

CASEY, JAMES J. 

5 Vincent Ave. 

Belmont, Ma. 

CASEY, JOHN J., JR. 

330 North Rd, 

North Chelmsford, Ma. 

CASHMAN, WILLIAM J. 

21 Claymoss Rd. 

Brighton, Ma. 

CASTELLANA, ANGELO J. 

30 Everett St. 
Waltham, Ma. 
CATALDI, EVELYN L. 
54 Imperial Ave. 
Cranston, R.I. 
CAVAN, DAVID J., JR. 
71 Newton St. 

West Boylston, Ma. 
CAVANAGH, JOHN B. 
308 East 79 St. 
New York, N.Y. 



CAVANAGH, PAUL F. 
60 Graves Ave. 
Lynn, Ma. 

CEDORCHUK, STEPHEN M 
10 Saint Martin St. 
Charlestown, Ma. 
CERASO, JOSEPH M. 
42 Hallowell St. 
Mattapan, Ma. 
CESARALE, DOMINIC S. 

40 Boston St. 
Somerville, Ma. 
CETLIN, MARK E. 

41 Jenkins Rd. 
Andover, Ma. 

CHABOT, KATHLEEN A. 
5 HiUcrest Dr. 
Plainville, Ma. 
CHALPIN, JOHN W. 

76 Running Brook Rd. 
West Roxbury, Ma. 
CHAMBERLIN, KEVIN M. 

57 Carroll St. 
Watertown, Ma. 
CHASE, CHARLES E. 
100 Derby St. 
Newton, Ma. 
CHASE, PETER R. 
49 Burkeside Ave. 
Brockton, Ma. 
CHECK, JOSEPH W., JR. 
17185 Muirland St. 
Detroit, Mi. 

CHERON, ROBERT G. 
3502 Kings Highway 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
CHEVANNES, BYRON 
Weston College 
Weston, Ma. 

CHIACCHIA, DONNA M. 
30 Fern St. 

Natick, Ma. 
CIAMPA, DANIEL D. 

58 Cedrus Ave. 
Roslindal, Ma. 
CIANCIOLO, SALLY 
65 Bates Rd. 
Arlington, Ma. 
CIMENO, MARGARET A. 
1872 Commonwealth Ave. 
Brighton, Ma. 
CIRILLO, JAMES F. 
18 Elaine Dr. 
Seymour Ct. 



CIULLO, JAMES A. 
16 Esther Terrace 
Pittsfield, Ma. 
CLANCY, KEVIN F. 
Reeves Park 
Riverhead, N.Y. 
CLARKE, JOHN M. 
27 B St. 
Adams, Ma. 

CLARKE, MICHAEL J. 
30 Palmer Rd. 
Tiverton, R.I. 
CLEARY, PHILIP E. 

35 Fernwood Rd. 
West Roxbury, Ma. 
CLOSE, FREDERICK J., JR. 
19 Oak Ridge Ave. 
Summit, N.J. 
COAKLEY, DANIEL R. 
195 Adams St. 

Maiden, Ma. 
COAKLEY, PETER A. 
91 Pleasant St. 
Woburn Ma. 
COHEN, MYRNA 
164 A Chelsea St. 
East Boston, Mass. 
COLE, MARIANNE E. 
Windmill Hill 
Little Campton, R.I. 
COLEMAN, ROBERT L. 
1 Walnut St. 
Concord, Ma. 
COLGAN, PATRICIA K. 
5 Isabella Way 
Demarest, N.J. 
COLLINS, CLAIRE M. 
117 Franklin St. 
Brockline, Ma. 
COLLINS, HERBERT L. 
48 Traincroft St. 
Medford, Ma. 
COLORIO, MARGARET M. 

36 Edward St. 
Worcester, Ma. 

COMANDICH, RICHARD W 
303 Eden Rd. 

Springdale, Ct. 
COMO, ELOISE M. 
640 Hale St. 
Beverly Farms, Ma. 
CONCANNON, JOHN L. 
4 Mill St. 
Dorchester, Ma. 



CONHEENY, THOMAS F., Ill 

55 Hammond St. 

Newport, R.I. 

CONLEY, ROBERT J. 

7 Theresa Ave. 

Lexington, Ma. 

CONNELLY, MARY C. 

3 Manchester Place 

Natick, Ma. 

CONNELLY, THOMAS J., JR. 

3 College St. 

Hopkinton, Ma. 

CONNER, STEPHEN M. 

Weston College 

Weston, Ma. " 

CONNOLLY, ALIVE M. 

366 Beacon St. 

Chestnut Hill, Ma. 

CONNOLLY, CHARLES B. 

Weston College 

Weston, Ma. 

CONNOLLY, CLAIRE A. 

174 Fuller St. 

Dorchester, Ma. 

CONNOLLY, JAMES J., JR. 

55 Meadowbrook Rd. 

Brookline, Ma. 

CONNOLLY, JAMES M. 

18 Ardale St. 

Roslindale, Ma. 

CONNOLLY, NOREEN B. 

68 Cypress St. 

Norwood, Ma. 

CONNOR, GARY R. 

435 Elmwood Dr. 

Windsor Locks, Ct. 

CONNOR, WILLIAM J. 

157 South Main St. 

Mansfield, Ma. 

CONNORS, JAMES J. 

5 Pleasant St. 

Dorchester, Ma. 

CONNORS, KEVIN M. 

321 Pond St. 

Jamaica Plain, Ma. 

CONRAC, JOAN B. 

12 Francis Dr. 

Randolph, Ma. 

CONRON, NANCY E. 

75 Orange St. 

Stamford, Ct. 

CONSULA, CAROL L. 

Park Ave. 

Irvington, N.Y. 



CONWAY, MARY P. 
35-21 79th St. 
Jackson Heights, N.Y. 
CONWAY, RICHARD J. 
15 John Alden Rd. 
West Roxbury, Ma. 
CONWAY, STEPHEN T. 
78 Beacon St. 
Chestnut Hill, Ma. 
COOGAN, TIMOTHY C. 
96 Grover St. 
Everett, Ma. 
COOK, WILLIAM R. 
22 Elm St. 
Foxboro, Ma. 
COOKSON, JOHN A. 
87 Graham St. 
Biddeford, Me. 
COOLEN, RICHARD B. 
43 Luke Rd. 
Everett, Ma. 
COOPER, KEVIN R. 
35-16 210 St. 
CORCORAN, JOHN H. 
255 Grove St. 
Cambridge, Ma. 
CORDEIRO, KENNETH P. 
112 Antrim St. 
Cambridge, Ma. 
COREY, GREGORY M. 
102 Boxwood Rd. 
Yonkers, N.Y. 
CORKERY, JOSEPH C. 
6 Hancock St. 
Everett, Ma. 
CORLISS, JAMES H. 
384 Central Ave. 
Milton, Ma. 

CORREA, DONALD J. 
11 Shaw Court 
Plymouth, Ma. 
COSGROVE, THOMAS J. 
17 Anselm Terrace 
Brighton, Ma. 
COSS, MARCELLA A. 
139 South Cherry St. 
Wallingford, Ct. 
COSTELLO, PAUL A. 
27 Stevens Rd. 
Needham, Ma. 
COLIGHLIN, PETER L. 
206 Sumner St. 
Newton Centre, Ma. 



COVE, ROBERT M. 

14 Shandon Rd. 
Dorchester, Ma. 
COVELLO, WALTER P. 
226 Dan forth Ave. 
Jersey City, N.J. 

COX, JOSEPH D. 
11 Sylvan Ave. 
Newton, Ma. 
COX, SANDRA K. 
18 Saint Clair Ave. 
Spring Lake, N.J. 
COYNE, JOHN E. 
101 Moss Hill Road 
Jamaica Plain, Ma. 
COYNE, JOHN E., JR. 
70 Woodlawn St. 
Jamaica Plain, Ma. 
CRABB, JOHN T. 
219 Richland St. 
South Portland, Me. 
CRAM, MARK S. 
110 Farrell Rd. 
Lynn, Ma. 
CREECH, ROBERT K. 

15 First St. 
Quincy, Ma. 

CREHAN, MARILYN A. 
36 Massachusetts Ave. 
Medford, Ma. 
CRIPPS, EDWARD J. 
Weston College 
Weston, Ma. 

CROKE, FRANCIS M., JR. 
27 Thorn ley St. 
Dorchester, Ma. 
CRONIN, JAMES E. 
21 Clover St. 
Belmont, Ma. 
CRONIN, KATHLEEN 
128 Lancaster Terrace 
Brookline, Ma. 
CRONIN, ROBERT E. 
1835 Beacon St. 
Waban, Ma. 
CRONIN, THERESE F. 
482 Brookline Ave. 
Boston, Ma. 

CRONYN, JOSEPH M. . 
Weston College 
Weston, Ma. 
CROTTEAU, JAMES R. 
18606A East Kane Place 
Milwaukee, Wi. 



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CROWELL, WILLIAM H. 

SOO Chestnut Hill Rd. 

East Aurora, N.Y. 

CROWLEY, JAMES P. 

242 Ray St. 

Freeport, N.Y. 

CROWLEY, WILLIAM S. 

120 Bacon St. 

Natick, Ma. 

CUMMINS, JAMES W. 

443 Taunton St. 

Wrentham, Ma. 
CUNNALLY, KEVIN F. 

25 Peverell St. 

Dorchester, Ma. 

CITNNINGHAM, EDWARD A. 

25 Central St. 

Auburndale, Ma. 

CUNNINGHAM, JOSEPH F. 

34 Governors Rd. 

Milton, Ma. 

CUNNINGHAM, PHILIP J. 

545 East 14 St. 

New York, N.Y. 

CUDCO, ALBERT A. 

1 Grand St. 

Wilmington, Ma. 

CURLEY, CARLOS A. 

2045 Commonwealth Ave. 

Brighton, Ma. 

CURRAN, JAMES S. 

39 South St. 

Shrewsbury 

CURRAN, MARYELLEN B. 

22 Ashland St. 

Somers'ille, Ma. 

CURRY, KEVIN P. 

396 Toilsome Hill Rd. 

Fairfield, Ct. 

CLRRY, MARY E. 

21 Forrester Rd. 

Wakefield, Ma. 

CURTIN, JOHN A. 

112 Loring Rd. 

Weston, Ma. 

CYR, DENNIS R. 

Box 442 Dahler Dr. 

West Goshen, Ct. 

DaCOSTA, FREDERICK G. 

6 McCoy St. 

Avon, Ma. 

DALTON, MAUREEN P. 

2999 Broadbridge Ave. 

Stratford, Ct. 



DALY, EDWARD J. 
18 Hovey St. 
North Quincy, Ma. 
DALY, ELAINE P. 
135 Willard St. Apt. 8 
Quincy, Ma. 

DALY, LAWRENCE J. 
12 Shannon Rd. 
East Hartford, Ct. 
DALY, MICHAEL G. 
230 Fairmount Ave. 
Hyde Park, Ma. 
DALY, PATRICK J. 
190 Porter Ave. 
Bergenfield, N.J. 
DALY, SUSAN D. 
4 Race Brook Rd. 
West Hartford, "ct. 
DALY, THOMAS M., JR. 
95 Branch Ave. 
Red Bank, N.J. 
DAMELIN, HAROLD 
65 Lisbon St. 
Maiden, Ma. 

DANIELS, LAWRENCE E. 
11 Dean St. 
Stoneham, Ma. 
DANTE, LEE G. 
5821 Nevada Ave. NW 
Washington, D.C. 
DANTZLER, ANDREA G. 
266 Bay Ave. 
Huntington, N.Y. 
DATRI, DAVID A. 
15 West Saddle River Rd. 
Waldwick, N.J. 
DAVIDSON, JEAN A. 
5606 Albia Rd. 
Washington, D.C. 
DAVIS, JEFFREY W. 
86-13 85th St. 
Woodhaven, N.Y. 
DAVISON, JANET M. 
146 Hutton St. 
Jersey City, N.J. 
DAWSON, KATHLEEN A. 
47 Maryland St. 
New Bedford, Ma. 
DeBERNARDO, EVA M. 
73 Tararian Circle 
Rochester, N.Y. 
DeCICCO, ANDREW J. 
114 Chestnut Ave. 
Wilmington, De. 



DeCOSTER, MARY A. 

14 Freeman Ave. 
West Roxbury, Ma. 
DEE, JOSEPH J. 
49 Merrill Rd. 
Watertown, Ma. 
DeFILIPPIS, GARY A. 
Box 533 
Avella, Pal 

DeFILIPPO, RONALD J. 

20 Jason Rd. 

Belmont, Ma. 

DeFRANZO, WILLIAM G. 

40 Franklin St. 

Somerville, Ma. 

DeGUZMAN, RAFAEL M. 

660 Miramar Ave. 

Miramar, Puerto Rico 

DeHAVEN, JAMES J. 

2116 Bridge St. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

DELANY, CARROL J., JR. 

26 Hampshire Rd. 

BronxviUe, N.Y. 

DELANY, MARY E. 

16 Hawthorne Rd. 

Milton, Ma. 

DELANY, THOMAS F., Ill 

1 1 Maraldene Dr. 

New Haven, Ct 

DELANO, KEVIN P. 

4 Byron St. 

Randolph, Ma. 

DelGROSSO, ANTHONY E. 

85 Broadway 

Revere, Ma. 

DELGUERCIO, WILLIAM J. 

11 Normandy Rd. 

Larchmont, N.Y. 

DELL, AURIEL S. 

2 Mellor Ave. 

Worcester, Ma. 

DeLUCA, RAYMOND S. 

31 Harrington St. 

Newton, Ma. 

DEMBROWSKY, ANDREA J. 

542 School St. 

Stoughton, Ma. 

DeMELLO, RICHARD A. 

1928 County St. 

Dighton, Ma. 

DEMKO, MICHAEL S. 

10 Woodburn Dr. 

Methuen, Ma. 



DEMPKOWSKI, ROBERT J. 

142 Savoy St. 
Bridgeport, Ct. 
DENIHAN, DANIEL J. 
1362 PlandomeRd. 
Manhasset, N.Y. 
DENISI, CATHERINE A. 
4 Contentment Place 
Dedham, Ma. 

DeNUNZIO, PATER V. 
331-11 Inter School 
Brigham City, Ut. 
DeRUBEIS, FRANCES M. 
23 Westover St. 
Everett, Ma. 
DESMOND, JOHN J. 

11 Preston Rd. 
Somerville, Ma. 
DESMOND, RAYMOND H. 

15 AUerton Rd. 
Milton, Ma. 

DEWEY, ARTHUR J., JR. 
82 Coleman St. 
Maiden, Ma. 
DIAMOND, ANNE P. 
1690 North East 104th St. 
Miami Shores, Fl. 
DiFILIPPO, ANNE M. 

99 Brook Hill Rd. 
Milton, Ma. 

DILLON, RICHARD T. 
208 Laurel St. 
Milford, Oh. 
DILLON, ROBERT D. 
56 Boundary St. 
Maiden, Ma. 
DiMEO, MICHAEL J. 
38 Garrison Ave, 
Jersey City, N.J. 
DiPALMA, JOSEPH 

100 Fairgate St. 
Rochester, N.Y. 
DiPERNA, CHARLES J. 

12 Pine Court 
Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. 
DiPIERTO, JOSEPH A. 
754 Pelhamdale Ave. 

New Rochelle, N.Y. | 

DiSABATINO, ALBERT, JR. 

16 George St. 
Everett, Ma. 

DISKAVICH, LAURA A. 
437 Riverside Ave. 
Torrington, Ct. 



398 



DIWINSKY, HOWARD J. 

73 Charlesbank Rd. 

Newton, Ma. 

DOHERTY, CHARLES J., JR. 

26 Sterling St. 

West Newton, Ma. 

DOHERTY, JEAN M. 

36 Winter St. 

Dorchester, Ma. 

DOHERTY, JOHN S., JR. 

116 Dedham St. 

Canton, Ma. 

DOHERTY, MARY K. 

49 Rowe St. 
Milton, Ma. 
DOHERTY, PAUL J. 
30 Minot St. 
Dorchester, Ma. 
DOHERTY, WILLIAM J. 

11 Locke St. 
Andover, Ma. 
DOLAN, DAVID J. 

50 Wareham St. 
Med ford, Ma. 
DOLAN, ROBERT J. 
5 Columbus Rd, 
Peabody, Ma. 
DOLAN, ROBERT P. 
568 Bogert Rd. 
River Edge, N.J. 

DOMINEAU, WILLIAM W., JR. 
89 Tower Dr. 

Dover, Ma. 
DONAHUE, PATRICIA 

12 Benton Rd. 
Somerville, Ma. 
DONLAN, FRANCIS M. 
49 Champney St. 
Brighton, Ma. 

DONOHUE, EDWARD T. 
104 Reservation Rd. 
Milton, Ma. 

DONOVAN, BARBARA A. 
115 Hemlock St. 
Arlington, Ma. 
DONOVAN, BRIAN C. 

19 Exeter St. 
West Newton, Ma. 
DONOVAN, FRANCIS M. 
536 Nahatan St. 
Norwood, Ma. 

DONOVAN, KATHLEEN A. 
28 Juniper St. 
Brookline, Ma. 



DORSEY, TIMOTHY J. 

227 Jackson Rd. 

Newton, Ma. 

DOWNEY, MAURICE P., JR. 

1048 Washington St. 

Dorchester, Ma. 

DOXSEY, STEPHENA 

1202 Alexander Ave. 

Drexel Hill, Pa. 

DOYLE, DOLORES D. 

55 larhawk St. 

Brighton, Ma. 

DOYLE, GEORGE J. 

19 Orchard St. 

Wellesley, Ma. 

DRANE, SUSAN A. 

30 Alida Rd. 

Braintree, Ma. 

DRESSER, DOUGLAS S. 

128 Lexington Ave. 

Needham Heights, Ma. 

DRISCOLL, EDWARD C, JR. 

104 Johnson Ave. 

Winthrop, Ma. 

DRISCOLL, JAMES S. 

29 Youngs St. 

Dedham, Ma. 

DRISCOLL, KEVIN J. 

Cedar Hill Rd. 

Wappingers Flats, N.Y. 

DRISCOLL, MARY E. 

67 Thetford Ave. 

Dorchester, Ma. 

DRISCOLL, STEPHEN E. 

163 Moore Rd. 

Sudbury, Ma. 

DROESCH, PAUL F. 

26 Brook Lane 
Chappaqua, N.Y. 
DROHAN, WILLIAM H. 
78 Ash Ave. 

Tiverton, R.I. 
DUFFNER, DAVIS L. 

27 Knollwood Rd. 
Monroe, Ct. 
DUGAN, JUDITH A. 
34 Saint Mary's Rd. 
Milton, Ma. 

DUMONT, JEANNINE T. 
113 Hillman St. 

New Bedford, Ma. 
DUNN, GERALD F. 
Box 236 
Averill Park, N.Y. 



DURAND, RENE A., JR. 
112 Peterborough St. 
Jaffrey, N.H. 
DWAN, BRIAN T. 
28 Brier Rd. 
West Roxbury, Ma. 
DWYER, JOHN F. 
27 Academy Ave. 
East Weymouth, Ma. 
DWYER, PAUL G. 
23 Grove Ave. 
Madison, Ct. 
DWYER, WILLIAM G. 
40 Essex St. 
Belleville, N.J. 
EATON, PAUL J., JR. 
57 Hughes St. 
Quincy, Ma. 

EBERSOLE, CHARLES F. 
94 Main St. 
Lunenburg, Ma. 
EDSON, DAVID P. 
109 Chestnut St. 
West Haven, Ct. 
EGAN, JANE M. 
51 Lake Ave. 
Newton Center, Ma. 
EGAN, JOHN M. 
434 James St. 
New Milford, N.J. 
EGAN, JOSEPH F. 

23 Holmehill Lane 
Roseland, N.J. 

EGAN, RICHARD J., JR. 
26 Montview St. 
West Roxbury, Ma. 
EISERT, JAMES T. 
540 East Gate Rd. 
Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J. 
END, WILLIAM T. 
I44l East Goodrich Lane 
Milwaukee, Wi. 
ERINGIS, JUSTIN P. 
30 Hollywood Ave. 
Stratford, Ct. 
ESPOSITO, DENNIS H. 
120 Roger Williams Circle 
Cranston, R.I. 
ESPOSITO, JOHN P. 
733 Brigton Ave. 
Staten Island, N.Y. 
EVANS, WILLIAM D. 

24 Colony Rd. 
New Haven, Ct. 



EVERETT, MARY E. 

81 West Central St. 

Natick, Ma. 

FACKELMAN, DENNIS M. 

527 Robinson Terrace 

Union, N.J. 

FAIRBANKS, CARLTON E. 

188 Manthorne Rd. 

West Roxbury, Ma. 

FALK, DONALD A. 

167 Lanyon Drive 

Cheshire, Ct. 

FALLON, PAUL A. 

218 Ashcroft Rd. 

Medford, Ma. 

FARACI, THEODORE A. 

44 Frissell St. 

Middletown, Ct. 

FARESE, ROMEO C. 

30 Downey St. 

Watertown, Ma. 

FARRELL, FRANCIS J., JR. 

6 Milk St. 

Methuen, Ma. 

FARRICY, JOHN P. 

110 Storrs Ave. 

Braintree, Ma. 

FASANELLA, GEORGE M. 

59 Willow Brook Dr. 

Orange, Ct. 

FAY, TERRENCE L. 

465 Wilmot Ave. 

Bridgeport, Ct. 

FEELEY, JOHN P. 

156 Grove St. 

West Medford, Ma. 

FEENEY, DIANE M. 

100 Florence Ave. 

Arlington, Ma. 

FELT, JOHN A., JR. 

453 Vane St. 

Revere, Ma. 

FENNELL, JAMES J. 

Marist Seminary 

Framingham, Ma. 

FERRARO, JOHN L. 

4 Meadow Lane 

Saxonville, Ma. 

FIGUEIREDO, RONALD E. 

17 Davis St. 

Plymouth, Ma. 

FINDLEN, DIANE M. 

90 Park St. 

Mansfield, Ma. 



399 



FINIGAN, JOHN J., JR. 
349C Pleasant St. 
Maiden, Ma. 
FINLEY, BRUCE J. 

59 Willow Brook Dr. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
FINN, PATRICIA A. 
12 Watson St. 

West Somerville, Ma. 

FINN, ROBERT F. 

220 Cottage Park Rd. 

Winthrop, Ma. 

FINNERTY, PATRICIA A. 

79 Chambly Ave. 

War%vick, R.I. 

FINUCANE, WILLIAM F., JR. 

35 Church St. 

Newton, Ma. 

FIORE, GERALD A. 

175 Hancock St. 

Everett, Ma. 

FISH, FRANCIS S. 

60 Henry St. 
Hartford, Ct. 
FISHER, WILLIAM J. 
136 West 9th St. 
Bayonne, N.J. 

FITZGERALD, DANIEL J. 
27 Mountain View St. 
South Hadley Falls, Ma. 
FITZGERALD, DAVID M. 
69 Pentlow Ave. 

New Britain, Ct. 
FITZGERALD, WILLIAM F. 
16 Bicknell St. 
Foxboro, Ma. 

FITZGERALD, WILLIAM H. 
200 Great Plain Ave. 
Needham, Ma. 

FITZPATRICK, HAROLD F. 
86 West 40th St. 
Bayonne, N.J. 

FLAHERTY, CHARLES F., JR. 
155 West Elm Ave. 
WoUaston, Ma. 
FLAHERTY, JOHN M. 
38 Mandalay Rd. 
South Weymouth, Ma. 
FLANAGAN, RITA A. 
5 Kapius Path 
Newton Center, Ma. 
FLEMING, FRANCIS J. 
128 Needham Rd. 
Hyde Park, Ma. 



FLEMING, FRANK M. 

7 Durrell St. 

Methuen, Ma. 

FLEMING, LAWRENCE F. 

156 Summit St. 

Hyde Park, Ma. 

FLETCHER, FREDERICK, JR. 

13100 Argyle St. 

Southgate, Mi. 

FLETCHER, THOMAS G. 

1637 Saint Agnes Ave. 

Utica, N.Y. 

FLYNN, BRIAN J. 

120 High St. 

Medfield, Ma. 

FLYNN, J. MICHAEL 

66 Lee Rd. 

Chestnut Hill, Ma. 

FLYNN, PATRICIA A. 

18 Whitten St. 

Dorchester, Ma. 

FLYNN, ROBERT E. 

202 Edge Hill Rd. 

Milton, Ma. 

FLYNN, ROSE A. 

2509 Story Place 

Glendale,Ca. 

FOLEY, ELLEN V. 

65 Stanton St. 

Dorchester, Ma. 

FOLEY, JAMES J., JR. 

100 LJpton St. 

Quincy, Ma. 

FOLEY, RICHARD D. 

13 Willow St. 
West Acton, Ma. 
FOLEY, WILLIAM B. 
Weston College 
Weston, Ma. 
FORD, ANN MARIE 
60 Lake Shore Rd. 
Brighton, Ma. 
FORRESTER, JOHN W. 
84 West 15 th St. 
Bayonne, N.J. 
FORRY, EDWARD W. 
16 Vera St. 

Boston, Ma. 

FOIJRNIER, ARTHUR F. 
21 Greyciiff Rd. 
Brighton, Ma. 
FOX, STEPHEN H. 

14 Lane Park 
Brighton, Ma. 



FRANCESKI, BERNARD P. 
815 Main St. 
Forest City, Pa. 
FRANKLIN, JAMES L., JR. 
112 Liberty St. 
Randolph, Ma. 
FRECHETTE, PAUL F. 
Marist Seminary 
Framingham, Ma. 
FREDETTE, RACHEL D. 
49 Kearsarge St. 
New Bedford, Ma. 
FREEMAN, PAUL 
541 LaGrange St. 
West Roxbury, Ma. 
FRYDL, EDWARD J., JR. 
3474 West 60th St. 
Cleveland, Oh. 
FUCCILLO, CHERYL A. 
1 Wellington Rd. 
Winchester, Ma. 
FULCHINO, PAUL E. 
503 Maiden St. 
Revere, Ma. 

FULGIONE, KENNETH G. 
45 Kilgore Ave. 
Medford, Ma. 
FUNKE, MARTIN J. 
73 Colburn St. 
North Attleboro, Ma. 
FURREY, EDWARD F., JR. 
550 Park Ave. 
Paterson, N.J. 
GAGNON, GEORGE H. 
81 Monroe Ave. 
Westbrook; Me. 
GALASSO, FRANCIS M. 
99 Walnut St. 
Walpole, Ma. 
GALE, JAMES F. 
92 Day St. 
Jamaica Plain, Ma. 
GALLAGHER, MICHAEL E. 
10 Little St. 
East Providence, R.I. 
GALLAGHER, ROBERT P. 
225 High St. 
Fall River, Ma. 
GALLIGAN, JOHND. 

1806 Beacon St. 
Waban, Ma. 

GALLIVAN, ROBERT D. 
37 Pom fret St. 
Hartford, Ct. 



GALLUP, BARRY C. 

37 Highland St. 

Swampscott, Ma. 

GALVIN, PATRICIA E. 

20 Fairmount Rd. 

Reading, Ma. 

GAMBOL, ROBERT A. 

7590 Lake Shore Blvd. 

Mentor, Oh. 

GANDOLFO, EDWARD 

248 Warren St. 

Waltham, Ma. 

GANGI, DAVID A. 

37 Gail St. 

Topsfield, Ma. 

GARDNER, WILLIAM L., JR 

80 Great Plain Ave. 

Wellesley, Ma. 

GARGAN, MICHAEL J. 

82 St. Marks Rd. 

Dorchester, Ma. 

GAROFALO, ANTHONY J. 

6 Terrace Park 

Garden City, N.Y. 

GATELY, PHILIP J. 

11 Hawthorne St. 

Natick, Ma. 

GAVIN, MARTIN D. 

126 Hollow Rd. 

Levittown, Pa. 

GED, KENNETH J. 

711 Alps Rd. 

Wayne, N.J. 

CEILING, ALFRED J. 

28 Highland Ave. 

Fair Haven, N.J. 

GELSO, CHARLES P. 

Blue Ridge Manor Apt. 7 

Exeter, Pa. 

GENATT, ROBERT J. 

1307 10th St. 

North Bergen, N.J. 

GEOGHEGAN, TERRENCE 

120 South Pleasant St. 

Hingham, Ma. 

GERMAN, JOHN P. 

5111 Portsmouth Rd. 

Fairfax, Va. 

GERRITSON, JUDITH A. 

50 Dartmouth Ave. 

Dedham, Ma. 

GESWELL, EDWARD J., JR. 

11 Woodleigh Rd. 

Watertown, Ma. 



400 



GIARDINA, EDWARD J. 
1836 Stratford St. 
Westchester, II. 
GIARRUSSO, ARMAND M. 
27 Furber Ave. 
North Andover, Ma. 
GIBBONS, MARY E. 
23 Haskell St. 
Lexington, Ma. 
GIBBS, JOHN F. 
104 Pleasant St. 
Dorchester, Ma. 
GIBSON, GREGORY 
1088 Broadway 
Somerville, Ma. 
GILCHRIST, THOMAS P. 
4304 Sheldon Ave. 
Washington, D.C. 
GILLIGAN, KATHLEEN M. 
30 Pelton St. 
WestRoxbury, Ma. 
GILLIGAN, ROBERT S. 
12 Edgewater Dr. 
Wellesley, Ma. 
GILLIGAN, THOMAS M. 
126 Lyman St. 
Milton, Ma. 
GILLIS, ALBERT E. 
19 Alpheus Rd. 
Roslindale, Ma. 
GILLIS, LESLIE H. 
57 Knoll St. 
Roslindale, Ma. 
GILLIS, MICHAEL A. 
12 Market St. 
Lawrence, Ma. 
GILROY, JAMES 
35 FencourtRd. 
Canton, Ma. 
GINGRASS, PETER J. 
7837 Mary Ellen Place 
Wauwatosa, Wi. 
GINTHER, GEORGE E. 
Weston College 
Weston, Ma. 

GIOVANNIELLO, C. M. 
61 Glendower Ave. 
Avon, Ma. 

GIUGGIO, JOHN P. 
295 Pond St. 
Jamaica Plain, Ma. 
GLANTZ, JOHN R. 
1608 8th Place 
McLean, Va. 



GLENN, SHAWN J. 

Old Meeting House Hill Rd. 

Hockessow, De. 

GLYNN, JOHN J. 

7 Arbella Rd. 

Dorchester, Ma. 

GLYNN, THOMAS J. 

113 Sherman Ave. 

Hawthorne, N.Y. 

GOFFRED, JOSEPHINE A. 

7 Steele Ave. 

Wolcott, Ct. 

GOGOLIN, ELTON W., JR. 

4140 Northmoor Rd. 
Toledo, Oh. 

GOLENSKI, JOHN D. 

495 North Front St. 

New Bedford, Ma. 

GONSALVES, JOAQUIN J. 

48 Lincoln Pkwy. 

Somerville, Ma. 

GOODYEAR, MARY LOU 

Miller Dr. 

Boonton Township, N.J. 

GORMAN, RICHARD J. 

18 Willard St. 

Newton, Ma. 

GORMAN, THOMAS P. 

Millers Lane 

Montville, N.J. 

GORMAN, WILLIAM P., JR. 

31 Lowell Rd. 

Winthrop, Ma. 

GORMICAN, GREGORY M. 

590 Thomas Ave. 

Rochester, N.Y. 

GOULD, JAMES C. 

Weston College 

Weston, Ma. 

GRACE, JAMES A. 

3247 Ormond Rd. 

Cleveland Heights, Oh. 

GRADY, JOHN P. 

21 Manning St. 

Needham, Ma. 

GRADZEWICZ, ANDREW M. 

80 South Bowdoin St. 

Lawrence, Ma. 

GRAF, ROBERT J. 

677 North 77th St. 

Milwaukee, Wi. 

GRAFF, RICHARD P. 

150 Grand St. 

New Milford ,N.J. 



GRAHAM, TIMOTHY P. 

350 West Squantum St. 
Quincy, Ma. 

GRALLO, RICHARD M. 
45 Glenham St. 
\('est Roxbury, Ma. 
GRAMZOW, RITA 
108 Highland Ave. 
Winchester, Ma. 
GRANT, HENRY A. 
4 Tilden Rd. 
Canton, Ma. 
GRAVELINE, PAUL D. 

19 Cambria St. 
Somerville, Ma. 
GRAVELLE, MARY E. 
29 Summit Ave. 
Somerville, Ma. 
GRAY, DAVID M., JR. 
69 Sherburn Circle 
Weston, Ma. 

GRAY, LEWIS H., Ill 
732 South Elmwood St. 
Oak Park, II. 
GRAY, ROBERT P. 
16 Monroe St. 
Norwood, Ma. 
GRAZIANO, FRANCIS J. 
149 Peach St. 
Braintree, Ma. 
GREENE, JOHN L. 

20 Kingston Rd. 
Newton, Ma. 

GREENSPOON, BARRY D. 
l44WestvilleSt. 
Dorchester, Ma. 
GREIDER, JACK L., JR. 
414 WoodhiU Dr. 
Decatur, II. 

GRIFFITHS, JOSEPH W. 
66 Oriole St. 

West Roxbury, Ma. 
GRISE, DAVIDP.,JR. 
514 Mill St. 
Southington, Ct. 
GRODEN, HAROLD M. 
401 East St. 
Walpole, Ma. 
GROGAN, ROBERT C. 
56 Elton Dr. 
Newington, Ct. 
GROONELL, SHEILA M. 
6 Valley Rd. 
Westport, Ct. 



GRUETER, FRANCIS J. 

51 Madison Rd, 
Waltham, Ma. 
GUARINO, DANIEL J. 
58 Doonan St. 
Medford, Ma. 
GUARINO, JAMES E. 
Marist Seminary 
Framingham, Ma. 
GUBaI^ THOMAS E. 
1015 Kellogg Ave. 
Utica, N.Y. 

GUERRIERO, RALPH 
57 Clark St. 
Medford, Ma. 

GULLEY, THOMAS E., JR. 
110 Walnut St. 
Brookline, Ma. 
GURDA, JOHN A. 
9830 West Brookside Dr. 
Hales Corners, Wi. 
GURRY, JOANNE M. 
251 Pearl St. 
Cambridge, Ma. 
HABIAN, BRUCE G. 
38 Blackburn Lane 
Manhassett, N.Y. 
HACKETT, JAMES W. 
1 Dartmouth Rd. 
Burlington, Ma. 
HAGERTY, JOHN K. 
Rt. Ill Monroe Center 
Monroe, Ct. 
HAIGHT, JAMES C. 
162 Highland Ave. 
Somerville, Ma. 
HALEY, DAVID A. 
21 Robbins Dr. 
Barrington, R.I. 
HALEY, THOMAS M. 
19 Chase St. 
Woburn, Ma. 
HALLIGAN, ANNE L. 
40 Manning Blvd. 
Albany, N.Y. 
HALTON, JAMES P. 
110 Maple Ave. 
Troy, N.Y. 

HAMELIN, GARY M. 
Weston College 
Weston, Ma. 

HAMILTON, EDWARD C. 
14500 East Carroll Blvd. 
University Heights, Oh. 



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HAMILTON, LINDA D. 

2 Copeland St. 

West Bridgewater, Ma. 

HANKE, EDWIN J. 

55 Anona Dr. 

Upper Saddle River, N.J. 

HANLEY, EDWARD B. 

88 Hammond St. 

Chestnut Hill, Ma. 

HANLEY, JOSEPH W. 

34 South St. 

Lawrence, Ma. 

HANLEY, KATHLEEN M. 

105 Grand St. 

Leominster, Ma. 

HANNUM, ROY C, JR. 

14 Brook Lane 

Pleasantville, N.Y. 

HANSEN, MAUREEN C. 

8 Yinal St. 

Brighton, Ma. 

HAPCOOK, CHARLES P. 

27 Elwood Dr. 

Springfield, Ma. 

HARMER, RICHARD W. 

206 West Main St. 

Marlboro, Ma. 

HARMON, XNNELLE M. 

124 Clinton Park 

Tonawanda, N.Y. 

HARNEY, JOSEPH D. 

301 Arnold St. 

New Bedford, Ma. 

HARPIN, R. EDWARD 

29 Norfolk Ave. 

Swampscott, Ma. 

HARRINGTON, JAMES H., JR. 

676 Worcester St. 

Wellesley, Ma. 

HARRINGTON, JOANNE M. 

14 James St. 

Somerville, Ma. 

HARRINGTON, JOHN R. 

148 Whitfield St. 

Dorchester, Ma. 

HARRINGTON, VINCENT, JR. 

220 Atlantic St. 

North Quincy, Ma. 

HARRISON, MARY J. 

3 12th Ave. 
Haverhill, Ma. 
HART, JOHN E. 
22 Russell Rd. 
West Somerville, Ma. 



HATHAWAY, GEORGE E. 
53 Birchland Ave. 
West Roxbury, Ma. 
HAUCK, CHARLES W. 
26 Totten St. 
Bethpage, N.Y. 
HAYES, WARREN J. 
68 Carlisle Rd. 
Westford, Ma. 
HAZLETT, MARTHA J. 
406 South St. 
Plainville, Ma. 
HEALY, PAUL A. 
3 Henley St. 
Methuen, Ma. 
HEDSTROM, PAUL A. 
2 Lee St. Tewksbury, Ma. 
HEFFERNAN, GEORGE I. 
835 Chestnut Hill Rd. 
East Aurora, N.Y. 
HEFFERNAN, WILLIAM F. 
74 Richard Rd. 
Needham, Ma. 
HEFRON, EDWARD L. 
8 Hawthorne Ave. 
Arlington, Ma. 
HEIER, RICHARD J. 
1317 North 2nd St. 
Aberdeen, S.D. 
HELWICK, STEPHEN A. 
5482 Bellaire Dr. 
New Orleans, La. 
HENDERSON, JOHN T. 
44 Rockmere Ave. 
Old Greenwich, Ct. 
HENDZAK, STIPHEN 
126 East 10th St. 
Linden, N..J 

HENNEBERRY, JOHN M. 
55 CoolidgeRd. 
Arlington, Ma. 

HENNESSEY, DAVID L., JR. 
12 Benjamin Rd. 
Arlington, Ma. 
HENNESSY, ROSEMARY 
76 Levin Rd. 
Rockland, Ma. 
HENRY, LINDA M. 
101 Wedgwood Terrace 
Dewitt, N.Y. 
HENSEL, STEPHEN J. 
2109 Highland Ave. 
Utica, N.Y. 



HERMES, JILL A. 

236 Mortimer Rd. 
Glencoe, II. 

HERNON, MICHAEL A. 
229 Cypress St. 
Brookline, Ma. 
HEY, THOMAS H. 
542 Stevens Ave. 
Portland, Me. 
HICKIE, ANN E. 
38 Oak Hill Dr. 
Arlington, Ma. 
HIGGINS, DENNIS M. 
650 Westford St. 
Lowell, Ma. 
HIGGINS, GAIL M. 
Pine Point Rd. 
Stow, Ma. 

HIGGINS, WILLIAM J., JR 

1221 St. Charles Ave. 
Lakewood, Oh. 
HILL, WILLIAM T. 
9 Dartmouth St. 
Waltham, Ma. 
HOARD, LINDA J. 
212 Mendon St. 
Uxbridge, Ma. 
HOFFMAN, GARY H. 
13 Parkside Ave. 
Hamburg, N.Y. 
HOFFMAN, WALTER C. 
1 Northrop St. 
Hopedale, Ma. 
HOFFMAN, WAYNE L. 
647 Foxview Ave. 
West De Pepe, Wi. 
HOGAN, ROBERT 
19 Belknap St. 
Somerville, Ma. 
HOLCOMB, GARY H. 
1048 Monroe Ave. 
■Rochester, N.Y. 
HOLLAND, STEPHEN J., JR 
150 Florence Rd. 
Waltham, Ma. 
HOLLIS, PETER A. 
137 GlendaleSt. 
Everett, Ma. 

HOPKINS, ALFRED G. 
18 Lake Shore Ave. 
Beverly, Ma. 
HOPKINS, JOHN B. 
98 Commercial 
East Braintree, Ma. 



HORAN, ROBERT G. 

35 Atwill Rd. 
West Roxbury, Ma. 
HORMAN, KERRY A. 

36 Foster Rd. 
Falmouth, Ma. 
HORVATH, THOMAS D. 
2030 Clague Rd. 
Westlake, Oh. 
HOUDELETTE, GREGORY W. 

46 Elm St. 

Wareham, Ma. 

HOULE, NORMAN H. 

Weston College 

Weston, Ma. 

HOWARD, MAUREEN L. 

161 Red Oak Rd. 

Bridgeport, Ct. 

HOYT, JANET A. 

4 College Village Drive Apt. 11 

Arlington, Ma. 

HUGHES, LEO F. 

19 Dane St. 

Jamaica Plain, Ma. 

HUGHES, RICHARD K. 

1432 Clover St. 

Rochester, N.Y. 

HUGHES, THOMAS 

102 Rawlinson Rd. 

Rochester, N.Y. 

HUGHES, WILLIAM F. 

319 Prospect St. 

Wethersfield, Ct. 

HUMPHREY, THOMAS E. 

77 Berkshire Rd. 

Rocky Hill, Ct. 

HUNTER, ROBERT J. 

51 Unity Ave. 

Belmont, Ma. 

HURLEY, JUDITH M. 

15 McKoneSt. 
Dorchester, Ma. 
. HURLEY, PAUL M. 

35 Larchmont Rd. 

Melrose, Ma. 

HURLEY, WILLIAM J. 

1120 Seminole St. 

Detroit, Mi 

HURLEY, WILLIAM J. 

127 Massachusetts Ave. 

Springfield, Ma. 

HUTCHINSON, RAYMOND J 

147 Gushing St. 

Cambridge, Ma. 



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HYATT, JOHN R. 

Weston College 

Weston, Ma.- 

INDECK, ALAN S. 

53 Meridian St. 

Maiden, Ma. 

ISACCO, NORINE A. 

1 Patton Drive 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

IZZO, EDWARD A. 

525 Winthrop St. 

Medford, Ma. 

JACOBS, ARTHUR M. 

412 Talbot Ave. 

Boston, Ma. 

JAMES, WILLIAM A. 

Weston College 

Weston, Ma. 

JANSSON, PALJL C. 

58 Edgemont Rd. 

Braintree, Ma. 

JASUS, MANUEL A. 

825 Saratoga St. 

East Boston, Ma. 

JEGEDE, VICTOR A. 

22 Fasoro St. 

Surulere Yaba Nige 

JENNINGS, MICHAEL O. 

81 Rockland St. 

Springfield, Ma. 

JOHNSON, MICHAEL F. 

32 Plum Rd. 

East Providence R.I. 

JONES, RONALD F. 

19 Washington St. 

Brighton, Ma. 

JORDAN, BARRY H. 

Box 337 

Red Hook, N.Y. 

JOSEPH, JOHN M. 

1 Middle St. 

WaterviUe, Me. 

JOY, THOMAS J. 

21 Ashcroft Rd. 

Medford, Ma. 

JOYCE, SISTER MICHAEL 

45 Magnolia St. 

Dorchester, Ma. 

JUDGE, JAMES G. 

138 Country Way 

Scituate, Ma. 

JURADOVILLALAZ, CARLOS 

Apt. 871 12-65 

Panama 1, Panama 



KABISAITIS, JOAN T. 

9 Brightside Ave. 
Shrewsbury, Ma. 
KAHALAS, MARTIN 

44 Hosmer St. 
Mattapan, Ma. 
KAMINSKY, THOMAS R. 
Weston College 

Weston, Ma. 
KARAS, ANDREW A. 
20 Willard Rd. 
Weston, Ma. 
KATKIN, JOSEPH M. 
1283 Woodbury Ave. 
Portsmouth, N.H. 
KAVANAH, JAMES S. 

10 Arborway 
Jamaica Plain, Ma. 
KEANE, ANDREA M. 
34 Lochland St. 
Milton, Ma. 
KEANE, JAMES M. 
48 Benjamin Rd. 
Belmont, Ma. 

KEARNEY, ARTHUR R., JR. 

40 Beechhurst Ave. 

Floral Park, N.Y. 

KEARNS, TIMOTHY J., JR. 

20000 Loraine Rd. 

Fairview Park, Oh. 

KEARY, THOMAS J. 

12 John St. 

Fairhaven, Ma. 

KEEFE, ELIZABETH A. 

102 West St. 

Green Harbor, Ma. 

KEEFE, MARIE T. 

185 Metropolitan Ave. 

Roslindale, Ma. 

KEEFE, MARY J. 

32 Algonquin Rd. 

Canton, Ma. 

KEELER, DANIEL W. 

18 Clark Rd. 

Hingham, Ma. 

KEHOE, SUSAN G. 

7 Wedgewood Rd. 

Natick, Ma. 

KELLEHER, JOHN J. 

29 Joyce Rd. 

Peabody, Ma. 

KELLEHER, KATHLEEN M. 

45 Waldemar Ave. 
Winthrop, Ma. 



KELLEY, KATHLEEN M. 

810 Belmont St. 

Watertown, Ma. 

KELLEY, KEVIN P. 

165 Highland Ave. 

Quincy, Ma. 

KELLY, DANIEL J., JR. 

16 Kingston Rd. 

Newton, Ma. 

KELLY, EDWARD F. 

44 Elmwood Ave. 

Chatham, N.J. 

KELLY, JAMES J., JR. 

44 Catherine St. 

Newport, R.I. 

KELLY, JAMES J. 

5 A Sparkhawk St. 

Brighton, Ma. 

KELLY, JOAN L. 

66 Winter St. 

Norwood, Ma. 

KELLY, KATHERINE L. 

"5A Sparhawk St. 

Brighton, Ma. 

KELLY, MARTIN, SR. 

Box 2 Route 80 

Kingston, Ma. 

KELLY, NANCY J. 

13 Talcott Rd. 

Utica, N.Y. 

KELLY, RICHARD J. 

24 Lochstead Ave. 

Jamaica Plain, Ma. 

KELLY, WALTER D. 

51 Beacon Circle 

Milton, Ma. 

KELTY, THOMAS W. 

332 Hillcrest Rd. 

Ridgewood, N.J. 

KENNEDY, JOHN D. 

RFD 1 

Kent, Ct. 

KENNEDY, PATRICIA M. 

66 Kirkwood Rd. 

Brighton, Ma. 

KENNEY, LAWRENCE J., JR. 

85 Virginia Rd. 

Concord, Ma. 

KENNEY, MARGARET M. 

20 Mill Lane 

Hingham, Ma. 

KENNEY, MARY C. 

268 Stratford St. 

West Roxbury, Ma. 



KEOUGH, ROSALIE M, 
49 Academy St. 
Manchester, Ct. 
KERRIGAN, PHILIP G. 
277 Cross St. 
Belmont, Ma. 

KILKENNY, KATHLEEN F. 
1005 Carnation Dr. 
New Mil ford, N.J. 
KILROY, GERALD F. 
188 Maple St. 
West Roxbury, Ma. 
KILROY, MAUREEN 
188 Maple St. 
West Roxbury, Ma. 
KILSHEIMER, JAMES P. 
5226 Arlington Ave. 
Bronx, N.Y. 

KINAHAN, WILLIAM G. 

77 Tyndale St, 

Roslindale, Ma. 
KING, JAMES F., JR. 
58 Brighton Rd. 
Worcester, Ma. 
KING, JOHN F. 
180 Oxford St. 
Hartford, Ct. 
KING, KATHLEEN E. 
22 Hillcroft Rd. 
Jamaica Plain, Ma. 
KING, RICHARD M. 
48 Cedarwood Rd. 
Jamaica Plain, Ma. 
KINNALLY, ELEANOR B. 
50 Constant Ave. 
Yonkers, N.Y. 
KINNALLY, MARY E. 
50 Constant Ave. 
Yonkers, N.Y. 
KISSELL, DAVID M. 
188 Camp Ave. 
Newington, Ct. 
KIVLAN, JOHN P. 
631 Chestnut Hill Ave. 
Brookline, Ma. 

KLEMBALLA, CHARLES F. 
85-52 253rd St. 
Bellerose, N.Y. 
KLEMICK, GREGORY N. 
2217 Spring St. 
West Lawn, Pa. 
KLONER, CRAIG A. 
6 Brooks Farm Drive 
Briston, R.I. 



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KLUCZNIK, MICHAEL A. 
9 Taft St. 
Dorchester, Ma. 
KOPECKY, KATHLEEN N. 
730 Evans Ave. 
San Antonio, Texas 
KOURI, KEVIN W. 
36 Mossdale Road 
Jamaica Plain, Ma. 
KOVACEVICH, ROBERT B. 
1578 Quarrier St. 
Charlestown, W. Va. 
KOVAR, ROSALIE M. 
3 MiUbrook Rd. 
Westwood, Ma. 
KOWAL, HERBERT G. 
97 Clement Ave. 
West Roxbury, Ma. 
KRONER, RICHARD A. 
7021 Wellaver Drive 
Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 
KRUEGER, CARL R. 
61 Winslow Road 
Reading, Ma. 
KRUGER, LEO F. 
28 Teresa Dr. 
Lackawanna, N.Y. 
KUDLA, JAMES J. 
28 Berkeley St. 
Lawrence, Ma. 
KUREK, MICHAEL P. 
28 Gingerbush Rd. 
Levittown, Pa. 
KUSHI, RAYMOND T. JR. 

12 Warwick St. 
Pittsfield, Ma. 
KUSSY, THOMAS J. 
Indian Rock Dr. 
Cochituate, Ma. 
LaCOURSE, WILLIAM R. 
173 Oakland Ave. 
Methuen, Ma. 
LaCROIX, DENNIS J. 

13 Sapphire Ave. 
Marblehead, Ma. 
LACY, PAUL A. 
6 Gilway Rd. 
Saugus, Ma. 

LAFAYETTE, LOUISE T. 
7 1 Davis Ave. 

Auburn, Me. 
LAHAN, BRIAN P. 
44 Currier St. 
Methuen, Ma. 



LAMKIN, CHARLES D. 

37 Round Hill Dr. 

Stamford, Ct. 

LAMOUTTE, ENRIQUE S., JR. 

166 F. D. Roosevelt 

Hato Rey, Puerto Rico 

LANE, RICHARD P. 

17 Orchard St. 

Medford, Ma. 

LANGSDORF, PHILLIP A. 

198 Ave. De Messidor 

Brussels, Belgium 

LANGSTONE, THOMAS L. 

926 17th Ave. South 

St. Petersburg, Fl. 

LANTIER, JAMES D. 

84 White Plains Ave. 

White Plains, N.Y. 

LANZA, THOMAS M. 

4 Montrose Place 
Melville, N.Y. 
LAPOINTE, RONALD E. 
1255 North Sanburg Terrace 
Chicago, II. 

LATICI, ELENA J. 

RED 2 

Woodstock, Ct. 

LAU, GLEN KEE 

22 Walden St. 

Cambridge, Ma. 

LA VERY, WILLIAM J., JR. 

5 Ivy Terrace 
Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 
LAVIN, C MICHAEL 
Harvard Road 
Bolton, Ma. 
LAVOIE, GEORGE A. 
369 Belmont St. 

Fall River, Ma. 
LAWLESS, PAMELA A. 
92 Lowther Road 
Framingham, Ma. 
LAWRENCE, JAMES Y. 
234 Sullivan Way 
Trenton, N.J. 
LEAFFER, DANA M. 
72 Addington Road 
Brookline, Ma. 
LEARY, MARY J. 
C 33 MiUside Manor 
Delran, N.J. 

LeBLANC, CAROLINE A. 
382 Massasoit Rd. 
Worcester, Ma. 



LeBLANC, ROBERT J., JR. 

142 Parker Rd. 

Needham, Ma. 

LeDOUX, THOMAS G. 

503 Rimmon St. 

Manchester, N.H. 

LEE, THOMAS F. 

149 Florence St. 

Melrose, Ma. 

LEGAN, ANN R. 

37 Goodwin St. 

Bridgewater, Ma. 

LEGER, RAYMOND L. 

9 Hartford Rd. 

Arlington, Ma. 

LeHANE, JAMES J. 

81 Greenfield Lane 

Scituate, Ma. 

LEIBENGUTH, BROTHER GERALD 

16 Hull St. 

Hingham, Ma. 

LEMIEUX, SISTER ANNE M., 

32 Groton St. 

Lawrence, Ma. 

LEONARD, JAMES G. 

20 Weld Hill St. 

Jamaica Plain, Ma. 

LEONE, JOSEPH D. 

54 Terrace Ave. 

Albany, N.Y. 

LEONE, LILLIAN L. 

23 Mott St. 

Arlington, Ma. 

LEPORE, JAMES R., JR. 

15 Linden Place 

Nutley, N.J. 

LEVIS, ROBERT J. 

181 South Pleasent St. 

Haverhill, Ma. 

LEWIS, THOMAS C. 

219 Wood Ave. 

Hyde Park, Ma. 

LIND, JOHN A. 

320 Philadelphia Ave. 

Massapequa Park, N.Y. 

LINDA, ERIC R. 

9 Brook-vale Rd. 

Framingham, Ma. 

LINKER, FRANCES A. 

301 Newtonville Ave. 

NewtonviUe, Ma. 

LITTLETON, JAMES R. 

Purington Ave. 

Natick, Ma. 



LOCONTO, PAUL F. 
172 Plantation St. 
Worcester, Ma. 
LOHMANN, JOHN R. 
1905 Briggs Rd. 
Silver Spring, Md. 
LOMBARDI, DENESE N. 

297 Judwin Ave. 
New Haven, Ct. 
LONG, FRANK J. 

2 Hiawatha Rd. 
Woburn, Ma. 
LONGDIN, JOHN F., JR. 
4 Cross St. 
Watertown, Ma. 
LORING, RICHARD D. 

8 Eastland Rd. 

Jamaica Plain, Ma. 

LOSCO, RUTH F. 

15 Moore St. 

Natick, Ma. 

LOVATT, JENNIFER A. 

240 Forest Hills Circle 

Devon, Pa. 

LUDWIG, HERBERT J. 

25 Granite St. 

Portland, Me. 

LUGRIS, ANTHONY J. 

8 Bona Vista Terrace 

Shelton, Ct. 

LUKE, WILLIAM 

3 Paon Circle 
Wakefield, Ma. 
LYNCH, ANN M. 
174 Pleasent St. 
Norwood, Ma. 
LYNCH, EUGENE R. 
41 Russell St. 
Lynnbrook, N.Y. 
LYNCH, JOHN A. 
152 Walnut St. 
SomerviUe, Ma. 
LYNCH, KATHERYN L. 

298 Indian Trail 
Mountainside, N.J. 

LYNCH, THOMAS H. 
9 Elijah St. 
Woburn, Ma. 
LYNOTT, MICHAEL J. 
1535 Kingsbury Rd. 
Scranton, Pa. 
LYONS, ARTHUR F. 
Weston College 
Weston, Ma. 



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LYONS, GEORGE K. 
509 Pleasent St. 
Melrose, Ma. 
LYONS, GERALD J. 

60 South St. 
Quincy, Ma. 
LYONS GREGORY D. 
83 Brewster St. 
Kingston, N.Y. 
LYONS, JAMES J. 
7 Hebertson Rd. 
Jamaica Plain, Ma. 
LYONS, JOHN G. 
31 BucklinSt. 
North Attleboro, Ma. 
LYONS, TERRENCE .J 
l47 Whitewood Rd. 
Westwood, Ma. 
MacCARTHY, BARRY P. 
19 Elm St. 
Brookiine, Ma. 
MacDONALD, GARY M. 
6 Sonoma Rd. 
Quincy, Ma. 

MacDONALD, JAMES A. 
808 Main St. 
South Weymouth, Ma. 
MacDONALD, NORMAN J. 
45 Colonial Ave. 
Waltham, Ma. 

MacDONALD, RONALD A. 
92 Bacon St. 
Winchester, Ma. 
MacINNIS, JUDITH A. 
112 Indianhead Rd. 
Framingham, Ma. 
MACK, GREGORY A. 
2890 56th Way North 
Saint Petersburg, Fl. 
MACK, MICHAEL J. 
503 West Manchester Rd. 
Syracuse, N.Y. 
MacPHERSON, DAVID J. 
15 Winton St. 
Boston, Ma. 

MAGALDI, LINDA M. 
65 Wayne Ave. 
Braintree, Ma. 

MAGUIRE, KATHLEEN M. 
34 Robbins Rd. 
Lexington, Ma. 
MAGUIRE, PAUL B. 
244 Grand View Ave. 
Winthrop, Ma. 



MAGUIRE, THOMAS P. 
371 Mount Vernon St. 
Dedham, Ma. 
MAHANEY, EVAN E. 
338 Main St. 
Saco, Me. 

MAHER, CORNELIUS C, III 
41 Calvin Rd. 
Newtonville, Ma. 
MAHER, ROBERT J. 

13 Barbara Rd. 
Danvers, Ma. 

MAHONEY, FRANCIS X. 
8 Temi Rd. 

West Peabody, Ma. 
MAHONEY, JOHN J., JR. 
87 Chard St. 
Weymouth, Ma. 
MAHONEY, JOSEPH A. 
Bellevue Ave. 
Rye, N.Y. 

MAHONEY, JOSEPH E, 
49 Farm Lane 
Westwood, Ma. 
MAHONEY, MARY E. 
225 Orchard St. 
Belmont, Ma. 
MAHONEY, ROBERT T. 

14 Marathon Rd. 
Arlington, Ma. 

MAHONY, RICHARD C, JR. 
137 Coach RED 1 
Langhorne, Pal. 
MAJENSKI, JOHN P., JR. 

62 East St. 

Dorchester, Ma. 

MAJOCHA, RONALD E. 

151 Governor St. 

New Britain, Ct. 

MAJOR, WILLIAM P. 

9 Poplar Rd. 

Cambridge, Ma. 

MAKLEY, TORRENCE A., Ill 

1760 Roxbury Rd. 

Columbus, Oh. 

MALEY, RICHARD A. 

35 Lewis St. 

Newton, Ma. 

MALONE, JAMES L., Ill 

116 Marie Way 

Normal, II. 

MALONE, THOMAS J. 

85 Marquand Ave. 

Bronxville, N.Y. 



MALONEY, JAMES H. 

5 1 Marys Lane 

Scituate , Ma. 

MALSCH, KENNETH W. 

150 Hillside Rd. 

Fairfield, Ct. 

MANIKAS, RICHARD E. 

195 Sherbrooke Ave. 

Hartford, Ct. 

MANNING, HELEN R. 

36 Great Rd. 

Maynard, Ma. 

MANNING, ROBERT A. 

53 Marlboro St. 

Dedham, Ma. 

MANTIA, ANTHONY J, 

474 Pleasent St. 

Winthrop, Ma. 

MANZONE, LOUIS J. 

23 Bates St. 

Hartford, Ct. 

MARANE, WILLIAM J. 

525 West 238th St. 

New York, N.Y. 

MARCHINI, RONALD H. 

422 Pelhamdale Ave. 

Pelham Manor, N.Y. 

MARCUCCI, MARIE A. 

53 Second St. 

Medford, Ma. 

MARINELLI, MARGARET T. 

170 Kelton St. 

Allston, Ma. 

MARINO, RICHARD A. 

6 Greenleaf Circle 
Framingham , Ma. 
MARKEY, JOHN K. 

7 Townsend St. 
Maiden, Ma. 
MARKEY ,PAUL J. 
26 Houston St. 
West Roxbury, Ma. 
MARKEY, RICHARD P. 
7 Townsend St. 
Maiden, Ma. 
MARRO, MARY J. 

5 Hill Pond Rd. 
Rutland, Vt. 

MARTELL, ROBERT F. 
12 Belknap St. 
Arlington, Ma. 
MARTIN, JAMES A., Ill 
42 Connelly Rd. 
Huntington, N.Y. 



MARTINELLI, DONNA 

203 Pleasent St. 

Bridgewater, Ma. 

MARTINEZ, ROMAN, IV 

1360 North East 103rd St. 

Miami Shores, Fl. 

MARTINO, ROBERT D. 

117 Campbell St. 

New Bedford, Ma. 

MARYSZ, PHILIP J. 

Main St. 

Westminister, Ma. 

MARZETTI, JOSEPH V. 

5932-25th Ave. South East 

Washington, D.C. 

MASCOLO, GERARD A. 

1880 Commenwealth Ave. 

Brighton, Ma. 

MATARESE, DONNA C. 

9 Woodlawn Ave. 

Westerly, R.I. 

MATTEO, PETER J. 

138 Sipple Ave. 

Baltimore, Md. 

MATTIA, NICHOLAS W. 

68 Jefferson St. 

Belleville, N.J. 

MAY, JOHN S. 
81 High St. 
Andover, Ma. 

MAYNARD, MICHAEL E. 
48 Farmington Rd. 
Nashua, N.H. 
MAZZA, GREGORY A. 
35 Wilbur Dr. 
Newington, Ct. 
MAZZADRA, STEVEN L. 
90 Roanoke Rd. 
Springfield, Ma. 
McAULIFFE, VINCENT J. 
736 Mildred St. 
Teaneck, N.Je. 
McAVOY, TIMOTHY G. 
126-82nd St. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
McBRIDE, DENNIS J. 
3467 North Summit St. 
Milwaukee, Wi. 
McCAFFERTY, JOHN T., JR. 
576 Laurel Rd. 
Ridgewood, N.J. 
McCALL, CATHERINE J. 
49 Bow St. 
Woburn, Ma. 



405 



McCARRON, ROBERT F. 
775 Parker St. 
Roxbury, Ma. 

McCarthy, catnerine 

53 North Pleasant St. 
Taunton, Ma. 

McCarthy, john c. 

56 Dunboy St. 
Brighton, Ma. 

McCarthy, mark d. 

100 Crescent St. 
Auburndale, Ma. 

McCarthy, william m. 

39 Columbia Rd. 
Arlington, Ma. 
McCAULEY, VIRGINIA A. 
4 Shenandoah St. 
Dorchester, Ma. 
McCLORY, GERARD F. 
81 South St. 
Lynn, Ma. 

McCOLGAN, GEORGE J. 
135 Gushing Ave. 
Dorchester, Ma. 
McCORRY, ROBERT E., JR. 

57 BalchSt. 
Pa\\tucket, R.I. 
McDEVITT, KATHLIEN A. 
109 Burgess Ave. 
Westrtood, Ma. 

-McDonald, Bernard j., jr. 

16 Gould St. 
Wakefield, Ma. 

McDonald ,w alter j. 

23 William St. 
Somerville, Ma. 

McDonald, william h. 

124 Metropolitan Ave. 
Roslindale, Ma. 

McDonnell, kathleen h. 

7Stonehill Dr., Apt. 5B 
Stoneham, Ma. 

McDONOLGH, DAVID G. 
069 Elm St. 
Manchester, N.H. 
McDONOUGH, JOSEPH M. 
13 Franklin Place 
Haskell, N.J. 

McDONOUGH, ROBERT J. JR. 
36 Green St. 
Watertown, Ma. 
McELMAN, STEPHEN C. 
74 Blossomcrest Rd. 
Lexington, Ma. 



McFARLAND, THOMAS W. 

223 Russell St. 

Everett, Ma. 

McGANN, JOHN PATRICK 

234 Jerusalem Ave. 

Hicksville, N.Y. 

McGAUGHEY, LINDA B. 

6 Sheffield Rd. 

Framingham, Ma. 

McGEE, MICHAEL J. 

2407 North Washington Ave. 

Scranton, Pa. 

McGINN, THOMAS J. 

7829 Mary Ellen Place 

Milwaukee, Wi. 

McGINTY, GREGORY F. 

60 Glenwood Lane 

Roslyn Heights, N.Y. 

McGINTY, KEVIN J. 

44 Bittern Rd. 

Quincy, Ma. 

McGINTY, MICHAEL B. 

692 Morris St. 

Albany, N.Y. 

McGOVERN, LAWRENCE F. 

2662 Bainbridge Ave. 

Bronx, N.Y. 

McGOWAN, PETER F. 

66 Parklawn Rd. 

West Roxbury, Ma. 

McGRATH, ROSEMARY 

91 Russell St. 

Melrose, Ma. 

McGREAL, FRANCIS T. 

IIOA Chesnut St. 

Brookline, Ma. 

McGREEVY, PAUL F. 

5 Alexander Rd. 
Worcester, Ma. 
McGUANE, MAR YC. 
38 Washington St. 
Ayer, Ma. 

McGUIRE, KEVIN M. 
9 Flint St. 

Danvers, Ma. 
McINNIS, RICHARD 

6 Shore Rd. 
Pascoay, R.I. 

McISSAC, SISTER FRANCIS P. 
35 Creighton St. 
Jamaica Plain, Ma. 
McKAY, WILLIAM J. JR. 

7 Joanne Dr. 
Framingham, Ma. 



McKENNA, HENRY J. 
338 Medford St. 
Maiden, Ma. 
McKENNA, JOHN T. 
58 High St. 
Winchester, Ma. 

McLaughlin, charles jr 

181 Grove St. 
Cambridge, Ma. 

McLaughlin, george f. 

76 Gilder Rd. 
Buzzards Bay, Ma. 

McLaughlin, james v. 

47 Moultrie St. 
Dorchester, Ma. 

McLaughlin, john d. 

56 Edwin St. 
Dorchester, Ma. 
McLEAN, ROBERT B. 
30 Washburn St. 
Newton, Ma. 
McLEAN, THOMAS F. 
62 Calvary St. 
Waltham, Ma. 
McLELLAN, DOROTHY J. 
87 Warren St. 
Medford, Ma. 
McMAHON, DANIEL J. 
6 Croy Ave. 
Buffalo, N.Y. 
McMAHON, JOAN F. 
16 Kearney Drive 
Lowell, Ma. 

McMAHON, JOHN F. 
22 Eastburn St. 
Brighton, Ma. 
McMILLEN, HELEN E. 
764 Lynn Fells Pkwy. 
Melrose, Ma. 

McNALLY, EDWARD M. 
2308 Empire Dr. 
Wilmington, De. 
McNALLY, WILLIAM R. 
201 Broadway 
Wakefield, Ma. 
McNEIL, WILLIAM J. 
14 Edgehill Rd. 
Woburn, Ma. 
McPHEE, ALLAN D. 
79 Lawrence St. 
Wilmington, Ma. 
McPHEE, GEORGE R. 
221/, Rum ford Ave. 
Waltham, Ma. 



McSWEENEY, BRYAN F. 
54 Montvale Rd. 
Newton Centre, Ma. 
McVANN, JAMES 
33-44 158th St. 
Flushing, N.Y. 
, MEANY , VIRGINIA M. 
175 Norton St. 
Weymouth, Ma. 
MEEHAN, DANIEL J. 
6 Forest Rd. 
Maplewood, N.J. 
MEEHAN, TERRANCE J. 
436 Andover St. 
Lowell, Ma. 

MEEHAN, WILLIAM M. JR. 
800 Park Ave. 
New York, N.Y. 
MEGNA, JOHN E. JR. 
28 Montvale St. 
Roslindale, Ma. 
MEIDELL, STEPHEN J. 
134 Salem St. 
Maiden, Ma. 

MEIERDIERCKS, FRANCIS 
95-18 120th St. 
Richmond Hill, N.Y. 
MELANSON, RODERICK N. 
26 Rice St. 
Cambridge, Ma. 
MELIA, KEVIN 
83 Lexington St. 
Lawrence, Ma. 
MENARD, PATRICIA A. 
1 Taylor Lane 
Portsmouth, N.H. 
MENDOLA, JOSEPH J. 
Weston College 
Weston, Ma. 
MENENDEZ, JOSE A. 
54 Krug St. 
Santurce, Puerto Rico 
MENGLER, RAYMOND J. 
1526 Lathrpo Ave. 
River Forest, II. 

MERCADANTE, GERALDINE 
167 Billings Rd. 
Quincy, Ma. 

MERLO, ANTHONY If 
Marist College Seminary ' 
Framingham Centre, Ma. 
MERRY, JOANNE M. 
24 Prospect Ave. 
Batavia, N.Y. 



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MEYERS, RICHARD J. 

12870 BurtRd. 
Detroit, Mi. 

MICHALAK, PAUL A. 
8 Phillips Ave. 
Shrewsbury, Ma. 
MICHAUD, THOMAS A. 
11 Belleau Rd. 
Salem, Ma. 
MICKEY, PHILIP L. 
1 Murray Hill Rd. 
Cambridge, Ma. 
MIERJESKI, VINCENT B. 
16 Royce Rd. 

Huntington, N.Y. 
MILLER, DUDLEY W. 
176 Davis Ave. 
White Plains, N.Y. 
MILLER, EDWIN L. 
2384 Whittier Ave. 
Scotch Plains, N.J. 
MILLER, JAMES J. 
63 Sycamore St. 
Somerville, Ma. 
MILLER, ROBERT R. 
900 Atlantic Ave. 
Rochester, N.Y. 
MILLERICK, JOHN D. 
278 Bunker Hill St. 
Charlestown, Ma. 
MINCHELLO, JOHN A. 

53 Marshall St. 
Medford, Ma. 
MIRISOLA, JOSEPH J. 

101 Main St. 
Woburn, Ma. 

MISASI, RONALD A. 

25 Shepard St. 

Brighton, Ma. 

MlVcHELL, JAMES P. 

16 Enmore Rd. 

Melrose, Ma. 

MITCHELL, JOSEPH E. 

12 Boston Rd. 

Groton, Ma. 

MOHAN, JOHN F. 

Ill Purchase St. 

Milford, Ma. 

MOHR, JOHN H. 

5 Braemoe Rd. 

Brighton, Ma. 

MOLLOY, MICHAEL J. 

98 Warren St. 

Ashland, Ma. 



MOLONEY, SHEILA F. 

24 Thornton Rd. 
Chestnut Hill, Ma. 
MONAHAN, JOHN C. 
362 Mansfield Ave. 
Darien, Ct. 

MONAHAN, MICHAEL J. 
162 Morris Ave. 
Englewood, N.J. 
MONTELEONE, MARIANN 
1320 Beverly Rd. 
Warminster, Pa. 
MONTEPARE, JOHN W. 
1816 3rd Ave. 
Watervliet, N.Y. 
MOONEY, JOSEPH F. 
436 B St. WPAFB 
Dayton, Oh. 
MOONEY, ROGER M. 
104 Carnation Ave. 
Floral Park, N.Y. 
MORAN, JOHN S. 

34 Blauvelt St. 
Teaneck, N.J. 
MORAN, THOMAS L. 
10 Dickson Dr. 
Westfield, N.J. 
MORANTE, CHARLES A. 
9 Cedar Lane 
Unionville, Ct. 
MORDAVSKY, DONALD F. 

35 Sherwood Circle 
Manchester, Ct. 
MORIARTY, GEORGE F. 
88 Mount Washington St. 
Lowell, Ma. 
MORIARTY, JOHN J. 

18 Van Brunt St. 
Hyde Park, Ma. 
MORIN, LUCIEN A. II 
45 Lalanne Rd. 
Rochester, N.Y. 
MORLEY, THOMAS M. 
272 Dana Ave. 
Milton, Ma. 

MORRIS, KATHLEEN M. 
67 Bellevue Hill Rd. 
West Roxbury, Mass. 
MORRISON, SHEILA M. 
61 Hoyle St. 
Norwood, Ma. 
MORRISSEY, MICHAEL J. 
7 Walnut Dr. 
Burlington, N.J. 



MORTON, ARNOLD L. JR. 
6 Brier Rd. 
Gloucester, Ma. 
MULCAHY, PETER M. 
86 Mendon St. 
Uxbridge, Ma. 

MULDOON, FRANCIS H. JR. 
4116 Presidential Dr. 
Lafayette Hill, Pa. 
MULLALLY, JACK R. 
38 Draper Ave. 
Westrwood, Ma. 
MULLEN, RICHARD F. 
461 Lantern Lane 
Berwyn, Pa. 

MULLER, DONALD F. 
1505 Archer Rd. 
Bronx, N.Y. 

MULLIGAN, RICHARD T. 
37 Ridgemont St. 
Allston, Ma. 

MULLIN, BERNARD E. JR. 
156 Virginia Rd. 
Waltham, Ma. 
MULLIN, JOHN A. 
Weston College 
Weston, Ma. 
MULVOY, MARY E. 
22 Lonsdale St. 
Dorchester, Ma. 
MUNROE, ANNE L. 
19 Druid St. 
Mattapan, Ma. 
MURDZA, PETER J. 
85 Highland St. 
Milton, Ma. 
. MURPHY, ARLEEN F. 
36 Sherwood Rd. 
Medford, Ma. 
MURPHY, CLARE F. 
146 Fairway Dr. 
West Newton, Ma. 
MURPHY, EDWARD M. 
29 Eton St. 
Springfield, Ma. 
MURPHY, ELAINE M. 
215 Springvale Ave. 
Everett, Ma. 

MURPHY, GREGORY H. 
26 Aberdeen Rd. 
Wellesley, Ma. 
MURPHY, HAROLD F. 
84 Freeman St. 
Auburndale, Ma. 



MURPHY, JAMES J. 
Manomet Ave. 
Manomet, Ma. 
MURPHY, JOHN P. 
129 Fessenden St. 
Newtonville, Ma. 
MURPHY, KEVIN F. 
223 Willow St. 
West Roxbury, Ma. 
MURPHY, PAUL M. 
47 Dover Rd. 
Westwood, Ma. 
MURPHY, ROBERT L. 
8 Byron St. 
Wakefield, Ma. 
MURPHY, THOMAS J. 

30 Fairmont St. 
Belmont, Ma. 
MURPHY, THOMAS S. 

31 Vale Place 
Rye, N.Y. 

MURRAY, ROBERT F. 
29 Strathmore Rd. 
Brighton, Ma. 

MUSE, ROBERT F. JR. 
74 Green St. 
Brookline, Ma. 
MUXIE, JOHN C. 
20 Merrifield Ave. 
Watertown, Ma. 
MYERS, JAMES D. 
17 South Chester Rd. 
Swarthmore, Pa. 
MYERS, JAN M. 
Ridge Rd. 
Chester, Ct. 
MYETTE, ROBERT J. 

32 Locksley Rd. 
Newton Centre, Ma. 
NALLY, MAUREEN A. 
6 Jerry Lane 

Glen Cove, N.Y. 
NAVIN, JOSEPH M. 
15 Preston St. 
Marlboro, Ma. 
NAVOY, JOHN V. 
27 Beacon St. 
Chelsea, Ma. 
NEAL, JOHN D. 
46 Thornhill Rd. 
Lutherville, Md. 
NEEDHAM, ROBERT F. 
57 Swampscott Rd. 
Stamford, Ct. 



407 



NELPI, CHRISTINE M. 

15 Chestnut St. 

Westboro, Ma. 

NELSON, MARGUERITE M. 

212 Rice Ave. 

Staten Island, N.Y. 

NEUGEBAUER, MADELEINE 

36 Lincoln Ave. 

Massapequa, N.Y. 

NEW'BURY, JANE M. 

84 Carroll Ave. 

Newport, R.I. 

NEWMAN, RICHARD W. 

296 Wilson Ave. 

WoUaston, Ma. 

NICHOLS. HOBART J. 

470 Beach Rd. 

Fairfield, Ct. 

NICHOLAS, KENNETH P. 

117 Brown Ave. 

Roslindale, Ma. 

NICKELS, MATTHEW J. Ill 

1523 Monticello Dr. 

Gladwyne, Pa. 

NIEDERMAIER, ANDREW J. 

52 Linda Ave. 

White Plains, N.Y. 

NILES. GEORGE P. JR. 

51 Elm Ave. 

Quinq-, Ma. 

NOLAN, SISTER CATHERINE 

20 Park St. 

Charlestown, Ma. 

NOLAN, JAMES A. 

Weston College 

Weston, Ma. 

NOLAN, JOHN F. 

185 Huron Ave. 

Cambridge, Ma. 

NOLAN. KENNETH 

722 West Bay Dr. 

Long Beach, N.Y. 

NOONAN, DAVID R. 

20 Nelson St. 

Framingham, Ma. 

NOONAN, GEORGE T. 

150 Newton St. 

Brookline, Ma. 

NORTON, LEONORE A. 

9 Highfield Terrace 

Roslindale, Ma. 

NORTON, THOMAS E. 

25 Hovey St. 

Quincy, Ma. 



NORTON, VINCENT G. 

825 Sea St. 
Quincy, Ma. 

NOTEBAERT, PHILIP H. 
Weston College 
Weston, Ma. 

NURCZYNSKI, PETER S. 
2 Dorset Lane 
Wellesley, Ma. 
OAKS, ROBERT 
457 Parker Ave. 
Buffalo, N.Y. 
GATES, PETER J. 
172 Broadway 
Valley Stream, N.Y. 
O'BRIEN, CHRISTOPHER A. 
364 Union Ave. 
Framingham, Ma. 
O'BRIEN, DENNIS M. 
43 Lynn Fells Pkwy. 
Melrose, Ma. 
OBRIEN, FRANCIS X. 

11 King St. 
Dorchester, Ma. 
O'BRIEN, HOWARD F. 

12 Madison Rd. 
Northboro, Ma. 
O'BRIEN, JAMES W. 
32 Pleasant View Ave. 
Weymouth, Ma. 
OBRIEN, JOSEPH R. 
268 Broadway 
Cambridge, Ma. 
O'BRIEN, KATHARINE M. 
24 Kenwood St. 
Dorchester, Ma. 
OBRIEN, MARY E. 

9 Laconia Rd. 
Worcester, Ma. 
O'BRIEN, PHILIP J. 
39 Adams St. 
Wilmington, Ma. 
O'BRIEN, ROBERTA J. 
215 Corey St. 
West Roxbury, Ma. 
O'BRIEN. THERESA M. 
55 Dundee Rd. 
Quincy, Ma. 
O'BRYAN, DAVID P. 
16 Freleigh Place 
Coxsackie, N.Y. 
O'CONNELL, DAVID L. 
59 Russet Rd. 
Glastonbury, Ct. 



O CONNELL, KEVIN J. 

62 Wmfield St. 

Norwood, Ma. 

O'CONNELL, MARY A. 

132 Bellehurst Dr. 

Rochester, Ma. 

O'CONNELL, THOMAS J. 

893 East Broadway 

South Boston, Ma. 

O'CONNOR, DANIEL F. 

77 Huntington Ave. 

Marlboro, Ma. 

O'CONNOR, EDWARD G. 

2 Atina Rd. 

Marshfield, Ma. 

O'CONNOR, RAYMOND S. 

27 Atwater St. 

Milford, Ct. 

O'DONNELL, KENNETH 

May St. 

North Attleboro, Ma. 

O'DONNELL, MARION H. 

5 Evans Rd. 

Stoneham, Ma. 

O'DONOVAN, MARY E. 

36 Donnybrook Rd. 

Brighton, Ma. 

ODOWD, WILLIAM T. 

40 Lincoln Blvd. 

Emerson, N.J. 

OFCHARSKY, EDWARD J. 

1329 Salem St. 

Maiden, Ma. 

O'FLANAGAN, WILLIAM A. 

22 Beechland St. 

Roslindale, Ma. 

O'HARE, MAUREEN E. 

13 Franklin St. 

Stoughton, Ma. 

O'KEEFE, MAUREEN I. 

15 Barrows St. 

Dedham, Ma. 

O'KEEFE, RICHARD W. 

74 Webster St. 

Arlington, Ma. 

O'LEARY, ANN H. 

8 Knowles Ave. 

East Wareham, Ma. 

O'LEARY, CHARLES J. 

Weston College 

Weston, Ma. 



O'LEARY, JOHN T. 

241 Elliot St. 
Newton Upper Falls, Ma. 
O'LEARY, JUNE K. 
110 Ellison Park 
Waltham, Ma. 

OLOUGHLIN, THOMAS F. 

33 Shoreview Rd. 
Manhasset, N.Y. 
O'MALLEY, ROBERT M. 
389 Eliot St. 
Ashland, Ma. 

O'MALLEY, TIMOTHY J. 
41 Stiles St. 
Lynn, Ma. 
O'NEIL, JOHN J. 
1410 Great Plain Ave. 
Needham, Ma. 
O'NEILL, JOHN F. 
22 Stearns St. 
Maiden, Ma. 

ONORATO, KATHLEEN L. 

85 Henry Ave. 

Stratford, Ct. 

OPALENSKI, CATHERINE C. 

70 Cedar St. 

New Britain, Ct. 

O'REILLY, JAMES T. 

25 Astor Place 

Williston Park, N.Y. 

O'REILLY, JOSEPH G. 

96 Chestnut St. 

Brookline, Ma. 

O'REILLY, THOMAS F. 

96 Chestnut St. 

Brookline, Ma. 

O'SULLIVAN, ELAINE M. 

8 Harley St. 

Dorchester, Ma. 

O'SULLIVAN, JEREMIAH 

36 Marlboro St. 

Norwood, Ma. 

O'TOOLE, GEORGE A., JR. 

35 Academy Rd. 

Leominster, Ma. 

O'TOOLE, TIMOTHY J. 

200-16 36th Ave. 

Bayside, N.Y. 

PAGLIA, ROBERT L. 

14 1 Cyprus St. 

Newton Center, Ma. 



408 



PAINTER, MARK A. 
Box 604 F 
Martinsville, N.J. 
PALADIN, ANN L. 
269 Huron Ave. 
Cambridge, Ma. 
PALMICH, VIRGINIA 
54 Windmill Dr. 
Huntington, N.Y. 
PALMINTERI, JOSEPH P. 
8546 105th St. 
Richmond Hill, N.Y. 
PANELLA, JOHN V. 
171 Cedar Hill Ave. 
Belleville, N.J. 
PANTALENA, DAVID M. 
2 Fair St. 
Providence, R.I. 
PAPALIA, DONNA J. 
28 Brookline St. 
Watertown, Ma. 
PARENT, KENNETH R. 
Marist College Seminary 
Framingham Center, Ma. 
PARRELL, BRIAN T. 
2 5 South Gateway 
Winchester, Ma. 
PARSELITI, FRANK D. 
9 Forest Hills Dr. 
West Hartford, Ct. 
PATRICK, FRED J. 
5005 Rodman Rd. 
VC^ashington, D.C. 
PATTAVINA, JOHN M. 
20 Custer St. 
Lawrence, Ma. 
PAVONE, ANTHONY J. 
327 Appleton St. 
Arlington, Ma. 
PECK, DIANA L. 
8 Orchard St. 
Leominster, Ma. 
PECORINO, PHILIP A. 
32-19 150th St. 
Flushing, N.Y. 
PELISSIER, ROGER 
5150 North Third St. 
Arlington, Va. 
PELLETIER, HENRY L. 
Weston College 
Weston, Ma. 



PENNI, DANIEL E. 
36 Shorewood Rd. 
Marblehead, Ma. 
PERACCHI, MARIA J. 
182 Salem St. 
Boston, Ma. 
PERRY, DIANE R. 
17 Lockwood Rd. 
Lynn, Ma. 

PETERS, ANTHONY J. 
860 Union Plaza 
New York, N.Y. 
PHILLIPS, JAMES J. 
Weston College 
Weston, Ma. 
PICCIANO, JAMES R. 
453 Ninth St. 
Fairview, N.J. 
PICCIRILLI, RALPH P. 
27 Spring Hill Dr. 
Johnston, R.I. 
PIEPUL, JOSEPH M. 
140 Atwater, Terrace 
Springfield, Ma. 

PIERCE, FRANCES C 
45 Selden St. 

Dorchester, Ma. 

PIERCE, JAMES L. 

Weston College 

Weston, Ma. 

PIERSON, CATHERINE D. 

67 Aquavia Rd. 

Med ford. Ma. 

PIETRAS, JOHN S. 

Labby Rd. 

Groton, Ma. 

PINDAK, RONALD S. 

48-03 189th St. 

Flushing, N.Y. 

PITOCCO, ROBERT W. 

60 Pemberwick Rd. 

Byram, Ct. 

PIZA, JANET E. 

RD 1 Norwich, Ct. 

Overlook Dr. 

PLATT, PATRICIA L. 

86 Jo Anne Ave. 

Portsmouth, R.I. 

POKLEMBA, JOHN J. 

135 Lake St. 

Jersey City, N.J. 



POLETTI, DAVID E. 

11 Leonard St. 
Port Chester, N.Y. 
POLISCHUK, GREGORY J. 
1 20 West Leamy Ave. 
Springfield, Pa. 
POMERENE, ROBERT J. 
32 Ransom Rd. 
Brighton, Ma. 
PORCARI, JOSEPH R. 
75 Shore Dr. 
Athol, Ma. 

PORCIELLO, WILLIAM C. 
30 Westmoylan Lane 
Coram, N.Y. 
PORRATA, JOSE L. 
810 Fernandez Juncos 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 
POST, GERALD M. 
15 Alpine Rd. 
Norwood, Ma. 
POUTASSE, GEORGE F. 

147 Plam Rd. 
Wayland, Ma. 
POWELL, PAUL G. 
31 5A Washington St. 
Somerville, Ma. 
POWERS, MARTIN J. 
Squaw Sachem Trail 
Concord, Ma. 
POWERS, MARY M. 

148 Wianno Ave. 
Osterville, Ma. 
POWERS, WILLIAM J. 
58 Osceola St. 
Mattapan, Ma. 
PRATT, PHILIP 

60 Fairfield St. 

Springfield, Ma. 

PRENDERGAST, THOMAS J. 

48 Franklin St. 

Watertown, Ma. 

PREVETT, JAMES R. 

127 Jefferson St. 

Dedham, Ma. 

PREVITE, STEVEN R. 

178 Mystic St. 

Arlington, Ma. 

PRIBASH, JOANNE M. 

634 Center St. 

Brockton, Ma. 



PROAL, WILLIAM R. 
5 Ledgewood Dr. 
Hyde Park, N.Y. 
PROFY, VINCENT P. 
130 Mill St. 
Bristol, Pa. 

PROKUP, MICHAEL 
30 Francis Dr. 
Randolph, Ma. 
PROULX, NORMAN R. 
4 Day St. 
Cambridge, Ma. 
PUCILOSKI, PETER L. 
190 Hollywood Ave. 
Crestv^'ood, N.Y. 
PUOPOLO, JAMES M. 
107 Robinwood Ave. 
Jamaica Plain, Ma. 
PURTELL, FREDERICK W. 
Woodchuck Hill Rd. 
Jamesville, N.Y. 
PUTMAN, CLARK J. 

10 Oakridge Ave. 
Natick, Ma. 

PUTMAN, WILLIAM J. 
1 1 1 Leroy St. 
Potsdam, N.Y. 
PYATAK, JOHN E. 
150 Fernwood Dr. 
Stratford, Ct. 

QUINLIVAN, DAVID J. 
46 Orton Ave. 
Binghamton, N.Y. 
QLfINN, CHARLES F. 
25 Fairfield St. 
Cambridge, Ma. 
QUINN, THOMAS P. 
44 Governors Rd. 
Milton, Ma. 

QUINN, WILLIAM K. 
1 Peony Dr. 

North Massapequa, N.Y. 
RAGOSA, GIRO J., JR. 

11 Williams St. 
Norwalk, Ct. 

RAINVILLE, GEORGE D. 
48 Arlington St. 

Everett, Ma. 
RAM, JOSEPH K. 
6 Crestlan Circle 
Worcester, Ma. 



409 



RANDO, JOHN J. 

5-C Pleasent St. 

Hingham, Ma. 

RAPPORT, JAMES A. 

567 Lynn St. 

Harrington Park, N.J. 

RATLEY, CHRISTOPHER W. 

52 Harrison Ave. 

Swampscott, Ma. 

RATTIGAN, JOHN P. 

45 Hyde Ave. 

Newton, Ma. 

RAYLL, JOHN A. 

70-11 NansenSt. 

Forest Hills, N.Y. 

REARDON, PAUL F. 

31 BelvoirRd. 

Miiton, Ma. 

REBELLO, RONALD R. 

247 Mount Pleasent St. 

New Bedford, Ma. 

RECKE, JOHN F. 

16 Brewster Rd. 
Kingston, Ma. 
REDDY, KEVIN M. 
112 Brookfield Rd. 
Winthrop, Ma. 
REDMOND, JOHN B. 
Ridge Rd. 
Cazenovia, N.Y. 
REGAN, MARK T. 
225 Vermont St. 
West Roxbury, Ma. 
REILLY, DAVIDJ. 

69 BrubakerRd. 
Cheshire, Ct. 
REILLY, JERROLD B. 
445 Western Ave. 
Albany, N.Y. 
REIMERS, FRANK H. 
2275 Vaux Hall Rd. 
Union, N.J. 
REYNOLDS, ANN K. 
185 Pine St. 
Waterbury, Ct. 
RHAU, RICHARD R. 
151 State St. 
Perth Amboy, N.J. 
RICCARDI, JOHN P. 

17 Linwood St. 
Arlington, Ma. 



410 



RICCARDO, JOHN A. 

293 Bay 14 St. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

RICHARDSON, PAUL F. 

30 Lake St. 

Middleton, Ma. 

RICHMOND, WARREN H., Ill 

45 Mar-Kan Dr. 

East Northport, N.Y. 

RIDER, DOROTHY A. 

68 Plain Rd. 
Wayland, Ma. 
RIEHS, ROBERT J. 
338 Spring Rd. 
Havertown, Pa. 
RIETH, KENNETH G. 
75 Shadyside Ave. 
Port Washington, N.Y. 
RILEY, EDWIN J. 

69 Guernsey St. 
Roslindale, Ma. 
RILEY, ROBERT E. 
65 Cross St. 
Belmont, Ma. 
RILEY, WILLIAM M. 
25 Plymouth Rd. 
Needham, Ma. 

RISTAGNO, JOSEPH A., JR. 
306 Savin Hill Ave. 
Dorchester, Ma. 

RITTER, GARY F. 
4 Leawood Dr. 
Briaircliff Manor, N.Y. 
ROBERTS, ARTHUR C. 
9 Upham Rd. 
Medfield, Ma. 
ROBERTS, CHESTER R. 
4 Bartlett Rd. 
Middletown, R.I. 
ROBERTS, JOHN M. 
710 Union St. 
Rockland, Ma. 

ROBERTSON, MICHAEL J. 
1147 Sain Paul Ave. 
Saint Paul, Mn. 
ROCHE, JANE A. 
1691 Commenwealth Ave. 
West Newton, Ma. 
ROCHE, RALPH J. 
63 Cleveland St. 
Arlington, Ma. 



RODOLPHELE, ROBERT P. 

77 Lancaster St. 
Quincy, Ma. 

ROGERS, EDWIN F. 

218 Spring St. 
West Roxbury, Ma. 
ROGOWSKI, EDWARD M. 
802 Buckingham St. 
OakviUe, Ct. ' 
RONZIO, ROBERT T. 
12 Burwell Rd. 
West Roxbury, Ma. 
ROONEY, PATRICK E. 
453 Paradise Ave. 
Middletowi-(, R.I. 

ROSATO, DONALD V. 

40 Karen Rd. 

Newton, Ma. 

ROCIO, RICHARD V. 

38 Green St. 

Wakefield, Ma. 

ROSE, MARGARET L. 

RFD Box 18 

Kingston, N.Y. 

ROSE, PHILIP G. 

Weston College 

Weston, Ma. 

ROSSI, JOSEPH R. 

73 May Ave. 

Naugatuck, Ct. 

ROURKE, THOMAS A. 

88 Milbank Ave. 

Greenwich Ct. 

ROWAN, JOHN F. 

11 Bennett St. 

Natick, Ma. 

RUDDEN, GEORGE T. 

9 Jefferson Ave. 

Bloomfield, N.J.M. 

RUGGIERO, SISTER JOHN C. 

795 Middle St. 

Fall River, Ma. 

RUSCH, WILLIAM J., Ill 

113 Rendova Center USNAB 

San Diego, Ca. 

RUSSE, RICHARD J. 

410 Commercial St. 

Provincetown, Pa. 

RUSSELL, FRANCIS E. 

20 Auckland St. 

Dorchester, Ma. 



RUSSELL, PHILIP E. 
7 Fears Court 
Gloucester, Ma. 
RUSSO, JOSEPH P. 
44 Woodcrest Dr. 
Wakefield, Ma. 
RYAN, EDWARD J. 
129 Water St. 
Perry, N.Y. 
RYAN, JOSEPH F. 
107 Dunster Road 
Jamaica Plain, Ma. 
RYBICKI, CONRAD J. 
16 Oklegh St. 
Northport, N.Y. 
RYGIEL, WALTER J. 
23537 Joy Road 
Dearborn Hts., Mi. 
SABINO, ANTHONY J. 
14 Russell Ave. 
Bethpage, N.Y. 
SABLE, THOMAS F. 
Weston College 
Weston, Ma. 
SACHS, JOHN R. 
317 Intervale Rd. 
Stamford, Ct. 

SADOWSKI, WILLIAM F 
29 Wilford Rd. 
Brand ford, Ct. 
SALIBA, ROBERTA E. 
467 Weld St. 
West Roxbury, Ma. 
SALMON, JOHN T. 
35 Fidelis Way 
Brighton, Ma. 
SAMPSON, JOSEPH F. 
479 Medford St. 
Somerville, Ma. 
SANCHEZ, EUGENE F. 
11 Pershing Rd. 
Needham, Ma. 
SANDBERG, ARTHUR 
5 Murray St. 
Chelsea, Ma. 

SANDERSON, WILLIAM H 
Weston College 
Wesl-on, Ma. 

SANDLASS, HENRY J., JR 
Ave. of 2 Rivers 
Rumson, N.J. 



SANDMAN, PAUL W. 
228 Lenox Ave. 
Albany, N.Y. 
SANTORA, FRANK J. 
3404 North Park Ave. 
Bridgeport, Ct. 
SANTORO, MICHAEL J. 

47 Hovey St. 
Watertown, Ma. 
SARNI, JAMES K. 
84 Woodcrest Dr. 
Melrose, Ma. 
SARRASIN, GERALD D. 

48 Homestead Ave. 
Woonsocket, R.L 
SARTORI, MICHAEL V. 
26 Fountain St. 
Framingham, Ma. 
SAVARESE, RALPH T. 
510 Covert Ave. 

New Hyde Park, N.Y. 
SCALIA, VICTOR 
241 Berdie Ave. 
Holbrook, N.Y. 
SCANLON, THOMAS J. 
211 Sycamore Lane 
Wallingford, Pa. 
SCANNELL, FRANCIS J. 
4 Carver Rd. East 
Watertown, Ma. 
SCANNELL, JAMES J. 
15 Whitest. 
ArHngton, Ma. 
SCARDINO, ANTHONY J. 
1 Brookfield Circle 
Framingham, Ma. 
SCHAFFENBERGER, SUSAN 
136 Concord Dr. 
River Edge, N.J. 
SCHEFFER, JACOB J. 
216 Franklin St. 
Cambridge, Ma. 
SCHELLHASE, BARRY J. 
8 Wellington Place 
New Brunswick, N.J. 
SCHLUETER, GREGORY R. 
114 Green I awn Ave. 
Newton Centre, Ma. 
SCHULTE, JOSEPH J. 
7221 Third Ave. 
Kenosha, Wi. 



SCHULTHEIS, JOHN P. 
6 Tasman Lane 
Huntington, N.Y. 
SCHWACH, PAUL P. 
Weston College 
Weston, Ma. 
SCIACCA, JOSEPH W. 
76 Ferris Lane 
Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 
SCOBORIA, JOHN T. 
114 Lincoln St. 
Winthrop, Ma. 
SCULLY, JOHN H. 
2323 Sheridan Rd. 
Highland Park, II. 
SEGALINI, ROLAND, JR. 
20 Marlton Rd. 
Waltham, Ma. 
SELIAN, JACQUELINE A. 
374 Lowell St. 
Lexington, Ma. 
SENA, FRANK L. 
60 Hubbard Rd. 
Hartford, Ct. 
SENGER, THOMAS L. 
75 Kingswood Rd. 
Weehawken, N.J. 
SENNOTT, WILLIAM J. 
2610 Centre St. 
West Roxbury, Ma. 
SERT, MARIA P. 

64 Francis Ave. 
Cambridge, Ma. 

SGANGA, SISTER PAULINE M. 
289 Walpole St. 
Norwood, Ma. 
SHAGOURY, MICHAEL L. 

65 Hobart St. 
Brighton, Ma. 

SHANNON, THOMAS F. 
360 Walden St. 
Cambridge, Ma. 
SHEA, CHRISTINE M. 
221 Waverly St. 
Arlington, Ma. 
SHEA, GERALD T. 
27 Carlson Rd. 
West Haven, Ct. 
SHEA, JOHN T., JR. 
2003 Commonwealth Ave. 
Brighton, Ma. 



SHEEHAN, MARGARET M. 
137 Forest Hills St. 
Jamaica Plain, Ma. 

SHEEHAN, RICHARD J., JR 
15Carleton St. 
Haverhill, Ma. 
SHEEHAN, RICHARD M. 
243 Willow St. 
West Roxbury, Ma. 
SHEEHAN, ROBERT E. 
66 Spruce St. Ext. 
Braintree, Ma. 
SHEPARD, ROBERT L. 
9 Villa 

Waltham, Ma. 
SHERLOCK, DOROTHY L. 
150TaftSt. 
Revere, Ma. 
SHIRLEY, JAMES J. . 
21 Elm St.- 
Sanford, Me. 

SIECZKOWSKI, JOHN J. 
68 School St. 
Salem, Ma. 

SILBERNAGEL, KENNETH J 
101 Old Mamaroneck Rd. 
White Plains, N.Y. 
SIMPKINS, WILLIAM B. 
251 Livingston St. 
Tewksbury, Ma. 
SIRACUSA, JOHN C. 
474 Summer St. 
East Boston, Ma. 
SKINNER, JAMES R. 

15 Elmlawn Rd. 
Braintree, Ma. 

SKOPELITES, GEORGE N. 
3 Sheila Rd. 

Lexington, Ma. 
SLATTERY, ANNE V. 
42 Cedar Lane 
Halifax, Ma. 
SLIPP, PETER T. 

16 Dewey St. 
North Andover, Ma. 
SMALL, RICHARD W. 
6 Clark Circle 
Randolph, Ma. 
SMITH, GEORGE F., JR. 
116 Porterfield Place 
Freeport, N.Y. 



SMITH, JOSEPH J. 

14 King Crest Terrace 

Randolph, Ma. 

SMITH, LAWRENCE G. 

300 East 40th St. Apt. 7L 

New York, N.Y. 

SMITH, RICHARD J. 

20 Wiley St. 

Maiden, Ma. 

SMITH, WILLIAM J. 

33 Ardmore St. 

Hamden, Ct. 

SNODGRASS, STEPHEN R. 

1142 North Berry Rd. 

Glendale, Mo. 

SNOWLING, RANDALL A. 

24 Granite St. 

Uxbridge, Ma. 

SOUKUP, ROBERT W. 

Spencer Dr. 

Nashua, N.H. 

SPAITS, GERALDINE M. 

731 Limestone St. 

Catasauqua, Pa. 

SPRATT, PATRICK J. 

349 Manning Blvd. 

Albany, N.Y. 

STAMM, HENRY N., JR. 

14 Revere Dr. West 

Floral Park, N.Y. 

STANDRING, CHRISTOPHER 

103 Grant St. 

Somerville, Ma. 

STANKEVICH, RICHAR DS. 

8 Hobert St. 

Meriden, Ct. 

STARK, KATHLEEN E. 

7 East St. 

Adams, Ma. 

STARR, GREGORY C. 

30 Forest St. 

Worcester, Ma. 

STEARNS, MARK G. 

100 Franklin St. 

Whitman, Ma. 

STEFFEN, JOHN J. 

32 Cunningham Ave. 

Floral Park, N.Y. 

STEVENS, PAUL K. 

12 Elm St. 

Hyannis, Ma. 



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STEVERMAN, PRISCILLA M. 
83 Penniman Rd. 
Brookline, Ma. 
STEWART, BRIAN E. 
234 Gannett Rd. 
North Scituate, Ma. 
STGERMAIN, ARTHUR, JR. 
11 NashRd. 
West Acton, Ma. 
STOECKER, JAMES V. 
Marist College Seminary 
Framingham Centre, Ma. 
STOKLOSA, JEAN M. 
86 Mayflower Rd. 
Needham, Ma. 
STONE, MICHAEL J. 
3070 Halsey Dr. 
Warren, Oh. 

STRAUCHON, JOHN R. 
19 Warren Place 
Montclair, N.J. 
STRUMSKI, ROSE M. 
201 Prospect St. 
Norwood, Ma. 

SUDHALTER, MATTHEW 
155 Longwood Ave. 
Brookline, Ma. 
SULLIVAN, ANNE M. 
160 Kilburn Rd. 
Garden City, N.Y. 
SILLIVAN, ANTHONY P. 
209 Summer St. 
Somerv'ille, Ma. 
SULLIVAN, BRIAN A. 
119 Lanark Rd. 
Brookline, Ma. 
SULLIVAN, GERARD J. 
359 Mishawum Rd. 
Woburn. Ma. 
SULLIVAN, JAY F. 
40 Glenellen Rd. 
WestRoxbury, Ma. 
SULLIVAN, JOHN B., JR. 
2690 West Bay Isle Dr. 
St. Petersburg, Fla. 
SULLIVAN, JOHN J. 
7 Dexter Ave. 
Watertown, Ma. 
SULLIVAN, JOHN P. 
17 Maryland St. 
Dorchester, Ma. 



SULLIVAN, KENNETH A. 

230 East 71st St. 

New York, N.Y. 

SULLIVAN, MICHAEL J. 

582 Wilder St. 

Lowell, Ma. 

SULLIVAN, NANCY B. 

33 Knox St. 

Belmont, Ma. 

SULLIVAN, PAUL T. 

52 Weld Hill St. 
Jamaica Plain, Ma. 
SULLIVAN, ROSEMARY J. 

324 East Squantum St. 

North Quincy, Ma. 

SULLIVAN, SISTER MARY E. 

Maryknoll 

Maryknoll, N.H. 

SULLIVAN, STEPHEN E. 

8127 Cadawalader Ave. 

ElkinsPark, Pa. 

SULLIVAN, THOMAS J. 

94 Joyce Kilmer Rd. 

West Roxbury, Ma. 

SUNDSTROM, SALLY A. 

63 Elm Ave. 

Brockton, Ma. 

SURDAKOWSKI, FRANK P. 

47 Gelston Ave. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

SURETTE, STEPHEN G. 

269 Putnam Ave. 

Cambridge, Ma. 

SURETTE, THOMAS C. 

357 Conant Rd. 

Weston, Ma. 

SVIRBELY, JOSEPH E. 

12317 Manship Lane 

Bowie, Md. 

SWEENEY, BROTHER JUSTIN 

St. John of God Hospital 

Brookline, Ma. 

SZAL, GEORGE L. 

Marist College Seminary 

Framingham Centre, Ma. 

TACELLI, RONALD K. 

107 Princeton St. 

East Boston, Ma. 

TANGER, NEIL S. 

23 Hancock St. 

Maiden, Ma. 



TANGUAY, PAUL R. 

56 Nightingale Ave. 

Quincy, Ma. 

TAUBER, PATRICIA A. 

29778 Craw Dr. 

Selfridge AFB, Mi. 

TERESI, JEAN M. 

1 1 Pepper Lane 

Albany, N.Y. 

THOMAS, DAVID J. 

33 Clover Hill Dr. 

Stamford, Ct. 

THOMAS, JOHN E., JR. 

318 Merriam St. 

Weston, Ma. 

THOMPSON, CHRISTINA M. 

37 Atlantic Ave. 

Swampscott, Ma. 

TIERNEY, WILLIAM J. 

35 Joelson Court 

Albany, N.Y. 

TIMMERMAN, GERARD W. 

Marist Seminary 

Framingham, Ma. 

TOBIA, JUSTIN M. 

2521 Kingsland Ave. 

New York, N.Y. 

TOBIN, WALTER E. 

163 Jackson Rd. 

Newton, Ma. 

TOMEK, ANDREW E. 

222 South Centre Ave. 

Rockville Centre, N.Y. 

TOOLAN, GEORGE J., JR. 

95 Antrim St. 

Cambridge, Ma. 

TOPJIAN, JOSEPH M. 

14 Cedarcrest Rd. 

West Roxbury, Ma. 

TORY, RICHARD R. 

215 Trumbull Rd. 

Manahasset, N.Y. 

TOWNSEND, GLENN W. 

5 Goodwin Rd. 

Beverly Farms, Ma. 

TOWSON, MARILYNN C. 

630 East Lincoln Ave. 

Mount Vernon, N.Y. 

TRAVIS, FRANCIS A. 

79 Appletree Lane 

Roslyn Heights, N.Y. 



TREACY, JOHN M. 

722 Washington St. 

Dedham, Ma. 

TROMBI, MARY K. 

300 Bishop St. 

Framingham, Ma. 

TROMBLEY, GERALD R. 

Marist Seminary 

Framingham, Ma. 

TROY, MARY T. 

93 Waldeck Rd. 

Milton, Ma. 

TULINSKI, EDWARD H., JR. 

204 Doreen Dr. 

Bridgeport, Ct. 

TULLY, JOHN J. 

50 Fairbanks Rd. 

Milton, Ma. 

TURNOCK, BERNARD J., JR. 

815 West Sigwalt St. 

Arlington Heights, II. 

TUTTLE, BERNARD A. 

II Park Ave. 
Winchester, Ma. 
TUTTLE, GEORGE W. 
8 Blackstone St. 
Peabody, Ma. 
TWOMEY, ROBERT D. 
78 Beacon Hill Rd. 

Port Washington, N.Y. 
UGOLIK, VICTOR S. 

III Dartmouth Terrace 
Springfield, Ma. 
URBANEK, WALTER S. 
827 Armory St. 
Springfield, Ma. 
UZDAVINIS, THOMAS M. 
56 Silver St. 

Haverhill, Ma. 
VACCARO, PHILIP A. 
84 Thurston St. 
Somerville, Ma. 
VALLARIO, JOSEPH P. 
172 High Clear Dr. 
Stamford, Ct. 
VAN BUREN, JAMES T. 
62 Bartlett Dr. 
Manhasset, N.Y. 
VanBUREN, STEPHEN D. 
476 Chatham St. 
Lynn, Ma. 



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VanPELT, ROBERT M. 

425 First St. 

Oradell, N.J. 

VEGA, ELENA E. 

2407 Afton St. 

Washington, D.C. 

VERNACCHIO, JOANNE M. 

88 Springvale Ave. 

Chelsea, Ma. 

VERWHOLT, EDWARD J. 

70 Richards Place 

West Haven, Ct. 

VIENS, GEORGE H. 

9 Pond St. 

Haverhill, Ma. 

VIERLING, WILLIAM H., JR. 

36 Woodshire Ave. 

Westport, Ct. 

VIOLETTE, DENNIS M. 

42 Violette St. 

Van Buren, Me. 

VITAGLIANO, ALPHONSE F. 

1 1 1 Court Rd. 
Winthrop, Ma. 
VOGEL, ELIZABETH S. 

68 Virginia Ave. 

Manasquan, N.J. 
VOTE, FREDERICK W. 

94 Middle St. 

Lexington, Ma. 

VOZELLA, STEPHEN J. 

236 Brandywyne Dr. 

East Boston, Ma. 

VUONO, SANDRA A. 

130 Turner Rd. 

Stamford, Ct. 

WADDEN, NICHOLAS J. 

48 Lexington Ave. 

Cambridge, Ma. 

WADE, DANIEL T. 

26 Berwick St. 

Worcester, Ma. 

WADE, JOHN C. 

9 Gordon St. 

Somerville, Ma. 

WAITE, MARGARET M. 

94 Percy Rd. 

Churchville, N.Y. 

WALL, JOHN A. 
41 Sunset Rd. 
Hamden, Ct. 



WALL, KATHLEEN M. 

25 Standish Rd. 

Lynn, Ma. 

WALLACH, STEVEN J. 

99 Hammondswood Rd. 

Chestnut Hill, Ma. 

WALSH, ALICE M. 

57 Clewley Rd. 

Medford, Ma. 

WALSH, GERARD A. 

346 East Squantum St. 

Quincy, Ma. 

WALSH, JAMES L. 

217 West Second St. 

South Boston, Ma. 

WALSH, RICHARD D. 

75 Revere St. 

Everett, Ma. 

WALTER, JOHN J. 

47 Halstedd St. 

Newark, N.J. 

WARD, JAMES R. 

9 Wampatuck Rd. 

Quincy, Ma. 

WARD, RICHARD J. 

19 Aberdeen Rd. 

Wellesley, Ma. 

WATERS, WILLIAM E., JR. 

1 4 West Lawn Circle 

Wormleysburg, Pa. 

WEBBER, JOHN J. 

5 Georgetown Dr. 

Framingham, Ma. 

WEBBER, SCOTT F. 

513 Washington St. 

Gloucester, Ma. 

WEBER, JOHN D. 

290 Terrill Rd. 

Plainfield, N.J. 

WEHR, JOSEPH E., JR. 

83 Hills St. 

East Hartford, Ct. 

WEISS, JAMES R. 

1219 North Lopez St. 

New Orleans, La. 

WENNERS, ROBERT F. 

533 Holly Ave. 

Manchester, N.H. 

WESCHLER, CHARLES J. 

17987 Lost Trail 

Chagrin Falls, Ohio 



WESTERVELT, LINDA M. 
Homestead Circle 
Old Lynn, Ct. 
WHELAN, WILLIAM T. 

29 William St. 
West Newton, Ma. 
WHITE, CHARLES R. 
38 Minivale Rd. 
Springdale, Ct. 
WHITE, JOSEPH M. 
173 Boyd Ave. 

Jersey City, N.J. 
WHOLLEY, DANIEL J. 
1 5 Garden Terrace 
Salem, Ma. 

WICKHAM, JOHN M. 
72 Old Colony Rd. 
Wellesley Hills, Ma. 
WILCZEWSKI, JOHN M. 
1 Agnes Ave. 
Hyde Park, Ma. 
WILES, CHARLES E. 
69 Kingsgate Rd. 
Snyder, N.Y. 
WILKINS, HELEN E. 
12 Perkins St. 
Gloucester, Ma. 
WILL, NORMAN P. 
256 Berkeley Ave. 
Bloomfield, N.J. 
WILLIAMS, FREDERICK J. 
1425 Bay Rd. 
Sharon, Ma. 
WILSON, JOSEPH M. 

30 Lewis Rd. 
Belmont, Ma. 
WILSON, PAMELA M. 

5 Buckingham Rd. 
Natick, Ma. 

WINNICKI, LANCE A. 
10513 Cosby Manor Rd. 
Utica, N.Y. 

WIPPERMANN, STEPHEN D. 
718 Windsor Rd. 
Uniondale, N.Y. 

WISE, ROBERT P. 
33 York Rd. 
New Britain, Ct. 
WISEMAN, KEVIN R. 

6 Winslow Rd. 
Winchester, Ma. 



WOJIECHOWSKI, K. MARIE 

169 Taunton St. 

Wrentham, Ma. 

WOODS, KEVIN J. 

130 Milton St. 

Dorchester, Ma. 

WOODS, PETER A. 

35 Colby St. 

Needham, Ma. 

WRIGHT, FRANK H. 

81 Ellsworth Rd. 

Peabody, Ma. 

YOUNG, ELLEN B. 

33 Aspinwall Rd. 

Dorchester, Ma. 

ZAILSKAS, DANIEL D. 

431 Piedmont St. 

Waterbury, Ct. 

ZAKELJ, JOHN M. 

5516 Carry Ave. 

Cleveland, Oh. 

ZEBROWSKI, THOMAS K. 

33 West 6th St. 

Locust Valley, N.Y. 

ZENEWICZ, KEVIN J. 

124 Brighton St. 

Belmont, Ma. 

ZERMANI, JOHN T. 

15 Oak Knoll 

Arlington, Ma. 

ZIEMAK, GREGORY PAUL 

9 Cooper Hill St. 

Manchester, Ct. 

ZIMMERMAN, THOMAS E. 

14 Buckland Rd. 
Westhersfield, Ct. 
ZISA, PATRICIA L. 
81 KnoUwood Rd. 
West Hartford, Ct. 
ZMIJEWSKI, WILLIAM S. 
477 South Elm St. 
Wallingford, Ct. 

ZOLLI, CAROLYN V. 
148 Linwood Ave. 
Newtdnville, Ma. 
ZUBER, MARY A. 
97 Sylvan St. 
Danvers, Ma. 
ZUNKE, ROSEMARIE 

15 Lothian Rd. 
Boston, Ma. 



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SUB TURRI 1969 



Editors 

Joseph J. Britt, Jr. 

Photography Editor 

Alan J. Demers 
Associate Editor 

Alfred Hopkins 

Senior Index Editor 

Robert E. Kenney 

Activities Editor 

M. Robert Killy 

Literary Editor 

Robert D. Martino 
Sports Editor 

James O'Reilly 

Nebulous Editor 

Lucia Piazza 
Underclass Editor 

James Rapport 

Academics Co-Editor 

Linda Sweeney 
Academics Co-Editor 

Charles E. Wiles III 
Senior Editor 



Charles J. Weschler 
Editor-in-Chief 

Joseph M. Navin 

Business Manager 

Roger Pelissier 

Managing Editor 



Acknowledgements may often seem trite and insuffi- 
cient, and yet what other way is there to recognize 
countless hours, invaluable assistance, and ever-needed 
moral support? It is not just a standard acknowledge- 
ment that we are giving here, but sincere testimonials 
of friendship and appreciation: to Fr. Trzaska, our 
patient advisor; to Paul Delaney, our helpful Taylor 
representative; to John Golenski, our cover designer; 
and to Eddie Miller, John Lamer, and Vito, who have 
helped us time and again during the year. 



Susan Bitting 
Jay Breeze 
Richard Bruno 
Thomas Burke 
Susan Casioppo 
A. Joseph Castellana 
Mary Ann Checrallah 
Marie Colella 
Andrew Dowdell 
George Fredericks 
Robert P. Gallagher 



General Staff 

John Golenski 
Catherine Hannon 
Linda Hoard 
Thomas Hopkins 
Ronald A. Huebsch 
Timothy Kerns 
Mary Ann King 
William J. Kita 
Stephen Korta 
Thomas M. Lanza 
Mary Jane Lilly 



Madeline Nazzaro 
Sharry McSweeney 
Ann Peters 
Patricia L. Piatt 
Dorothy Sellinger 
Benedict Sander 
Terry Stankard 
Anthony Sullivan 
Janet Thomas 
Edmond Tremblay 
John Wiles 



The 1969 Sub Turri of Boston College has been printed by 
Taylor Publishing Company, Dallas. Paper stock was 80 lb. 
Matte Finish enamel for the body of the book, with a special 
80 lb. Sapphire enamel employed for the first 48 pages. Body 
copy is 12 on 14, Garamond CLC. Captions are 10 pt., major 
headings 36, minor headings 24. Senior portraits are the work 
of Warren Kay Vantine Studio, Boston. The cover has a base 
color of maroon 309 with a Mylar top stamp and a pebble grain. 



Photography Staff 

Kevin Carney 
Pamela Carleton 
Henry EUis 
James Gallivan 
William Gigliotti 
Kenneth F. Gorman 
Kathleen McDonald 
Michael Murphy 
Joseph Nachtman 
Daniel Natchek 
George Rezk 
Charles Schmidt 
Robert Staab 
Patrick Stoute 
Fred Voss 



414 



GENERAL INDEX 



Adelmann, S.J., Reverend Frederick 78 

Administration 70 

Apartments 110 



Band 

Bapst 

Bath, Dr. J. Richard 



130 
120 
. 80 



Basketball 206 

Bilodeau, Dr. Gerald G 82 

Capping 104 

Cheerleaders 132 

Chorale 134 

Commuters 112 

Commuter's Council 136 

Cross Country 190 

Deans, Academic 74 

Deans, Assistants 76 

Dramatics 138 

Folkard, Albert M 84 

Football 178 

Fulton 140 

Gartner, Dr. Joseph 86 

Gentle Monday 124 

Gold Key 142 

Green, Phyllis 88 

Greeks 144 



Heights 166 

Hockey 196 

Hong Kong 118 

Honor Societies 146 

Intramurals 122 



Joyce, S.J., Reverend W. Seavey 



66 



Larkin, S.J., Reverend Joseph 90 

Lewis Drill Team 156 

Middle Earth 148 

Mixers 102 

Men's Dorms 106 

Orientation 100 

Politics 160 

Potpourri 98 

Revitalization Corps 152 

Rifle Club 157 

ROTC 154 

Soccer 194 

Sodality 158 

Student Government 160 

Sub Turri 168 

Skiing 216 

Wrestling 218 



415 



A Final Word . . . 

Boston College . . . different factions moving in 
different directions . . . sometimes on conflicting 
courses, sometimes on the same course, too often ob- 
livious to the existence of other factions. The student, 
from his first steps on campus as a freshman to his 
final march in the commencement procession, touches 
many aspects of the campus' complex life. In a sense, 
today's university has evolved to an intricacy that 
mirrors the world the student will experience when he 
leaves "the Towers on the Heights." 

Attempting to present a summary of the year 
"beneath the towers" was the objective of the original 
Sub Turri of more than half a century ago. Through 
the years the growth of Boston College has made it 
increasingly difficult for a yearbook to approach this 
objective. For the 1969 book to present all the faces 
and places of its academic year would obviously be 



impossible. Even if such a feat could be accomplished 
it would be without purpose — the paradigm would be 
as complicated as the system. The other pole is no 
closer to justification. A limited number of situations 
that claim to present B.C. in an understandable format 
might be printed. However, such a simplification 
would also be a falsification. Thus the yearbook must 
attempt to walk an icy, rugged ledge — a walk whose 
objective is threatened by an easy slip into futility. 
Our goal has been representation. We have tried 
to present situations which an involved spectrum of 
students might be able to identify with. We have not 
attempted to define; the university — we have not even 
attempted to define its boundaries. Both are ever- 
changing. We have tried to assemble a sampling of 
scenes, people, and ideas that existed at Boston Col- 
lege during the academic year '68-'69. 

Charles J. Weschler, Editor-in-Chiej 



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SPRING SUPPLEMENT 






Ed Skits 

The spirit of competition among the classes unifies 
each year's students as they produce, write, and direct 
their own skits. The level of professionalism achieved 
by their long, hard work makes the selection of the 
winning entry more and more difficult each year. The 
zeal of the contestants is best summarized by the warn- 
ing given by the Senior Class — "Hey, look out world; 
here we come!" 




N.I.T. 



Boston College upended a tall Kansas team 78-72 
in the first round of the 1969 National Invitational 
Tournament. In the win, the team beat the Jayhawks 
in their own game — the slow-down — and BC advanced 
to the quarter-finals. Against a rugged Louisville team 
BC, in what was perhaps the most exciting game in the 
whole tournament, won by an 88-83 score. In the 
semi-finals the Eagles topped Army 73-61 and again 
beat a very well disciplined "slow-down" five. Going 
into the final game against Temple, BC had run off 
19 straight games — the longest winning streak in the 
country — and had captured the hearts of the nation 
trying to have retiring coach Bob Cousy go out a cham- 
pion. Temple, however, ended a storybook finish with 
an 89-76 win. 




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(c) the first Eagle victory after 10 consecutive losses 
in a four year span. A fitting Nunc dimhtis for the 
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6 MIT 

4 Northeastern 10 

3 Massachusetts 8 

2 Harvard 3 

2 Boston Univ 8 

5 Brandeis 1 

5 Tufts 6 

11 Amherst 9 

4 Providence 2 

2 Boston Univ 6 

2 Northeastern 1 

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Providence 10 

Tufts 5 

New Hampshire 

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Fairfield 4 

Springfield 3 

Dartmouth 8 

Holy Cross 

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DAVID J. CAVAN, JR. 
Arts and Sciences 
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MARIANNE E. COLE 
School of Education 
Arts and Sciences 
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HUGH JOHN O'BRIEN 
Arts and Sciences 
A.B. English 




NICHOLAS J. WADDEN 
Business Administration 
B.S. Production 






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Prologue 

Academics 

Underclass 

Activities 

Sports 

Senior